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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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The Texas caveman said he survives through the kindness of strangers, donating his plasma and finding food scraps.
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With observations about contemporary feminism, masculine sensitivity and the erogenous zones, Defending the Caveman is not just for male theatre-goers - it has both sexes laughing in recognition as they identify themselves in the tales being told.
A caveman might not have had the choice when he went shopping, but he suffered more stress trying to kill a sabre toothed tiger with a club than wondering whether to buy roll on or spray deodorant.
Using computer animation from Framestore--the team responsible for the hit BBC series Walking with Dinosaurs --the ad features a caveman in a volcanic setting, throwing a rock at a sleeping 40 feet-long Tyrannosaurus Rex.
They rendered images of primitive figures, caveman and woman--she with hair cast over her bare breasts, a mermaid beached or a woman emerging from the primordial ooze, pulling away from an underground cavern.
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The cartoon shows a caveman chiseling a pair of dice.
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