Why is NTOSKRNL.EXE referred to as an application by Windows?

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Why is NTOSKRNL.EXE referred to as an a "application" by Windows? It is described as being the "kernal image", and as such, doesn't that mean it "is" the kernel (the one program that all other executables are "applications" of)?
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