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cave

(kāv), [TA]
Any hollow or enclosed space or cavity. See: cavity, cavitas, cavernous space.
Synonym(s): cavum [TA]

cave

(kāv) [TA]
Any hollow or enclosed space or cavity.
See also: cavern, cavity
Synonym(s): cavum.
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Unknown to most, Korea's ecological milieu is loaded with natural bays, coastal dunes and limestone caves
One of the world's most extensive limestone cave systems the Legends, Mysteries and Ghost Tour is the popular way to see them.
The limestone cave has been closed to the public but after safety checks it has been opened for the three-night event from last night, with archive images of Roker's history accompanied by a sound track projected on to its walls.
Scientists found the relics at the Chonbadae limestone cave in Hwanghae-bukdo province of North Hwanghae quoting Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) a foreign television channel reported.
Police began moving in from dawn to break up a crowd of around 5,000 who had started gathering in the Batu Caves, a sacred Hindu temple set amid a limestone cave just outside the Kuala Lumpur city center as they attempted to march towards the British Embassy.
The deepest limestone cave in the United States is Lechuguilla Cave in Carlsbad, New Mexico.
Excavations at the limestone cave site OJP, in the Kikori River lowlands, Papua New Guinea, reveal the first evidence for human activity in this part of PNG during the terminal Pleistocene.
The limestone cave chapter, we are told on the inside front cover, is the work of Sarah Bronko, a senior at Westover School in Middlebury, Connecticut; similarly, one of the chapters in Emeralds was the work of Zak Swartz, a Connecticut high school junior.
Skeletons of these miniature people (including a nearly intact adult female scientists nicknamed the Hobbit, who they estimate to be 18,000 years old) have been excavated from a limestone cave on the Indonesian island of Flores, 370 miles east of Bali.
Referring to the bones found in a limestone cave on the island, Robert Foley of Cambridge University said discoveries simply 'don't get any better than that'.
A ladder connects this mostly limestone cave to an "adventure section" or labyrinth of caves with no lights or walkways.
Upriver from Luang Prabang is Pak Ou, an enormous limestone cave filled with thousands of Buddhist statues, from little Buddhas to gold-leafed life-sized ones, placed by pilgrims over the last thousand years.