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Encyclopedia > Lime

Lime has several meanings:

Look up Lime in Wiktionary, the free dictionary
  • Lime (fruit) - multiple citruses with green to yellow fruit, including (but not limited to):
    • Australian limes - six small citruses native to Australia
    • Kaffir lime - Southeast Asian Citrus sp. with very pungent leaves
    • Key lime - smaller, yellower of two lime fruits widespread in commercial distribution
    • Persian lime - larger, greener of two lime fruits widespread in commercial distribution
  • Tilia - a genus of trees, known as "lime tree" in Britain and "linden tree" in North America.
  • LIME (middleware) - a mobile middleware and model based on a version of the tuple space paradigm that takes into account the notion of mobility; LIME stands for "Linda in a Mobile Environment".
  • Lyme disease - an infectious disease, caused by the Borrelia spirochete, a gram-negative microorganism.

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When lime is mixed with water and sand, the result is mortar, which is used in construction to secure bricks, blocks, and stones together.
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The paper industry uses it in pulping wood; because lime is highly alkaline, it dissolves the lignin that binds the fibers together in wood.
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