To save this word, you'll need to log in. The sole aim of the program is to help the poor. She was the sole survivor of the tragedy. Icy roads were the sole cause of the accident. He has sole jurisdiction of the area. Verb My shoes need to be soled. See More First Known Use of sole Adjective 14th century, in the meaning defined at sense 4 Noun 1 14th century, in the meaning defined at sense 1a Verb circa , in the meaning defined at sense 1 Noun 2 13th century, in the meaning defined above History and Etymology for sole Adjective Middle English, alone, from Anglo-French sul, soul, seul , from Latin solus Noun 1 Middle English, from Anglo-French sole, soele , from Latin solea sandal; akin to Latin solum base, ground, soil Noun 2 Middle English, from Anglo-French, from Latin solea sandal, a flatfish Keep scrolling for more Learn More about sole Share sole Post the Definition of sole to Facebook Share the Definition of sole on Twitter Time Traveler for sole. See more words from the same century Dictionary Entries near sole soldiery soldo sold-out sole solea Solea solecism. Accessed 2 Mar. Keep scrolling for more More Definitions for sole sole.
In humans the sole of the foot is anatomically referred to as the plantar aspect. The glabrous skin on the sole of the foot lacks the hair and pigmentation found elsewhere on the body, and it has a high concentration of sweat pores. The sole contains the thickest layers of skin on the body due to the weight that is continually placed on it. It is crossed by a set of creases that form during the early stages of embryonic development. Like those of the palm , the sweat pores of the sole lack sebaceous glands. The sole is a sensory organ by which we can perceive the ground while standing and walking. The subcutaneous tissue in the sole has adapted to deal with the high local compressive forces on the heel and the ball between the toes and the arch by developing a system of "pressure chambers. The septa internal walls of these chambers are permeated by numerous blood vessels , making the sole one of the most vascularized , or blood-enriched, regions in the human body. The sole and the longitudinal arch of the foot are supported by a thick connective tissue , the plantar fascia. The central component of this tissue extends to the supporting bones and gives two divisions—the medial component and lateral component ; thus they define the boundaries of the three muscle compartments of the sole see below.
World of Coins From ancients to euros and everything in between. Welcome, Guest. Please login or register. Derick Member Posts: These are quite nice coins for price. The problem is that many specimens are improperly cleaned in my opinion.
If you have some please post. I have these ones that are in good condition. KM JPG Figleaf Administrator Honorary Member Posts: 30 We have a thread on Bolivar portraits here and a more general post here. I have some nice Peruvian soles, souvenirs of a trip to Peru.
No time to scan them now, but they wouldn't add much to the thread either. Just a thought. Many Central and South American early post-independence coins are obviously influenced by the technical specifications of the 8 reales and its subdivisions of colonial times. However, there is a second line of influence that is best illustrated by Venezuelan membership of the Latin Monetary Union. Early decimal coin design is sometimes heavily influenced by French design and designers. Argentina is a good example. I found similar trends in legislation.
It makes sense to me. At the time, France was also a revolutionary country and, having been beaten in the Napoleonic wars, it was neither a military threat nor an overbearing political presence.
An unidentified coin is a piece of metal. An identified coin is a piece of history. SMF 2.