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Possible Answers: KEY, INNER, MAIN, POLAR, MID, FOCAL, INMOST, MIDDLE, MEDIAL, INNERMOST.

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Random information on the term “KEY”:

A cay (/ˈkiː/ or /ˈkeɪ/), also spelled caye or key, is a small, low-elevation, sandy island on the surface of a coral reef. Cays occur in tropical environments throughout the Pacific, Atlantic and Indian Oceans (including in the Caribbean and on the Great Barrier Reef and Belize Barrier Reef).

A cay forms when ocean currents transport loose sediment across the surface of a reef to a depositional node, where the current slows or converges with another current, releasing its sediment load. Gradually, layers of deposited sediment build up on the reef surface. Such nodes occur in windward or leeward areas of reef where surfaces sometimes occur around an emergent outcrop of old reef or beach rock.

The island resulting from sediment accumulation is made up almost entirely of biogenic sediment – the skeletal remains of plants and animals – from the surrounding reef ecosystems. If the accumulated sediments are predominantly sand, then the island is called a cay; if they are predominantly gravel, the island is called a motu.

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Random information on the term “MID”:

MapInfo Interchange Format is a map and database exporting file format of MapInfo software product. The MIF-file filename usually ends with .mif-suffix. Some MIF-files also have a related MID-file. The filename of a MID-file usually ends with .mid-suffix.

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Random information on the term “FOCAL”:

Tearma.ie[n 1] (previously Focal.ie) is the website of a lexical database for terminology in the Irish language. It is funded by the Irish state and Interreg and maintained by Fiontar, the Irish-language unit of Dublin City University, in collaboration with the Terminology Committee of Foras na Gaeilge.

Phase I (2004–7) of the work consisted of digitising and integrating existing paper and electronic lists.

Several resources have been added under subsequent phases. A dictionary of 10,000 sports terms has been added as well as tools for translation memories and other resources for translators including a link facility to The New Corpus for Ireland.

Phase IV (2011–24) of the project had the following objectives:

In 2015, the site was moved from focal.ie to tearma.ie, to better distinguish it from focloir.ie, a separate government-supported website with general-purpose English-Irish dual-language dictionaries.

The database contains over 325,000 terms, searchable under both Irish and English versions. More than 880,000 unique visitors have used the website between 2006 and 2011. They have made 3.9 million visits and 25 million searches in that time. According to a 2010 user survey carried out by Fiontar, the site is primarily used by translators and interpreters and by university students.

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