Each 6000kg sculpture is lowered to the seabed where it is drilled into the substrate to lessen the effects of turbulent weather.
Almost any other kind of illustration would fail to explain how the substrate can remain the same in the presence of forms.
Nor will the soul be in the body as (a quality) is in a substrate.
If we remove form from matter, the substrate that then remains neither seems nor is large (since magnitude is part of form).
substrate not common to all elements, being indeterminate, ii.
The forms that enter into and issue from matter (as a substrate) are equally impassible.
Intelligence itself is the substrate of the intelligible world, ii.
The attribute of being a substrate is a mere affection, like a color, or a figure; but the soul is separable from the body.
A part always differs from another by the substrate, genus, and function.
Consequently, the substrate of the images in matter consists of a lower image.
substrate sub·strate (sŭb'strāt')
The material or substance on which an enzyme acts.
A surface on which an organism grows or is attached.
The body or base layer of an integrated circuit, onto which other layers are deposited to form the circuit. The substrate is usually Silicon, though Sapphire is used for certain applications, particularly military, where radiation resistance is important. The substrate is originally part of the wafer from which the die is cut. It is used as the electrical ground for the circuit.