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rheid (plural rheids)

  1. (zoology) Any member of the Rheidae.

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Coined by S. Warren Carey in 1953; related to rheology.

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rheid (plural rheids)

 
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  1. (geology) A substance whose temperature is below the melting point and whose deformation by viscous flow during the time of observation is at least three orders of magnitude (1,000 ×) greater than the elastic deformation under the given conditions.

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