shelling

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Verb[edit]

shelling

  1. present participle of shell

Noun[edit]

shelling ‎(countable and uncountable, plural shellings)

  1. An artillery bombardment.
  2. The removal of the shell from a nut, pea etc.
  3. (uncountable) grain from which the husk has been removed.
  4. (topology) An ordering of the facets of a boundary complex such that the intersection of each facet (other than the first) with the union of all preceding facets is homeomorphic to a ball or sphere. See Shelling (topology)
  5. Shallow, irregular cracks that appear on the surface of a coating such as plaster or mortar.

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