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Superficies

Su`per`fi´cies
n.1.The surface; the exterior part, superficial area, or face of a thing.
2.(Civil Law) Everything on the surface of a piece of ground, or of a building, so closely connected by art or nature as to constitute a part of it, as houses, or other superstructures, fences, trees, vines, etc.
Noun1.superficies - the purely external aspect of a thing; superficial appearance; "the audience was held by the substance of the play rather than by the superficies of the production"-R.W.Speaight
2.superficies - outer surface of an area or a body

SUPERFICIES. A Latin word used among civilians. It signifies in the edict of the praetor whatever has been erected on the soil, quidquid solo inoedificdtum est. Vide Dig. 43, tit. 18, 1. 1 and 2.

appearance, visual aspect
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Superficial
superficial epigastric vein
superficial middle cerebral vein
superficial temporal vein
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Superficialize
superficially
Superficiarius
Superficiary
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Superfineness
Superfinical
Superflua non nocent
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superfluously
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Superfund
Superfund program
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