Noun(1) a sheet or band of fibrous connective tissue separating or binding together muscles and organs etc(2) instrument panel on an automobile or airplane containing dials and controls
(1) Other innovations have been added to make the vehicle more practical, including a paper holder on the fascia .(2) Sadly and finally, after being dropped about fifty times, my clunky but much-admired mobile phone fascia has finally given up the ghost.(3) There are also new designs to the analogue speedometer and tachometer, together with digital clock and outside temperature gauge built into the fascia above the centre console.(4) Mounted on the fascia and not the floor, its slickness gives a whole new meaning to the term ease of drive.(5) the interior boasts a Mercedes-like fascia(6) We used beautiful recycled redwood for barge rafters, fascia boards and decking.(7) A compartment on the fascia panel in place of the ashtray can store cassettes, CDs or a mobile phone.(8) Measure 1-inch down from the top of the fascia at both ends and slope the gutters at 1/4 inch every 10 feet toward the downspout in the middle.(9) The London-based developer replaced floors, ceilings, fascia and dÔö£┬«cor in the former Corporation House which for years hosted hundreds of British Telecom staff and civil servants.(10) The two bogus window fitters persuaded the woman that she needed a new fascia board on her window.(11) This fascia attaches to a normal phone (different versions for each model, of course), and it automatically changes colour to fit your outfit, mood and preference.(12) It's a direct attachment of muscle and fascia and ligament.(13) The bags contained screws, tape, fascia board and various bits of plastic.(14) The lead was dressed over the top of the fascia boards and, on the inside, it was dressed over the wall plate and the lower part of each rafter.(15) So inside we find clean, simple straight lines and circles, a sporty-looking three-dial instrument pack and an interesting grid-pattern finish for the soft-touch fascia .(16) This area, which included fascia , muscle, and subcutaneous tissue, was debrided until viable margins were obtained.
(1) plantar fascia :: fascia plantar
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