Definition of D–horizon

  1. :  a soil layer that sometimes occurs beneath the B-horizon or the C-horizon if present, that has not been subjected to weathering, and that may consist of the unmodified mineral matter from which the more superficial layers developed or of a different complex of mineral matter

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to cast off or become cast off

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