cavernous space


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cavernous space

[TA]
an anatomic cavity with many interconnecting chambers.
Synonym(s): caverna [TA], cavern

cav·ern·ous space

(kav'ĕr-nŭs spās) [TA]
An anatomic cavity with many interconnecting chambers.
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In the vast, cavernous space of HangarBicocca, Joan Jonas's videos pop out of the dark like the bright facets of a kaleidoscope.
So there I was in Brooklyn, on July 5, 2014, walking through the cavernous space that was also a cathedral of business complete with altar piece venerating sugar and slavery, practically a century and a half after slavery was signed away but refused to die.
As you walk in from the valet parking, the sensor-fitted doors slide, open- sesame style, to let you into the cavernous space, and it is impossible not to be impressed.
Then visitors find themselves looking over a cavernous space, 70 feet below ground, at the last steel column removed during the ground zero cleanup -- a totem covered with the numbers of police precincts and firehouses and other messages.
Not so long ago they were heavyweight hitters making the most of a light, cavernous space I've always had quite a soft spot for compared with the stuffy claustrophobia of the Pallasades above New Street Station.
Thousands were present for the opening night and BIEL's cavernous space allowed for numerous different festival activities.
A recent tour of the Hall, which seats approximately 2,200, revealed a startling intimacy as opposed to the cavernous space that was the L.
Wojewodski feels that Penelope might offer a solution to the problem of how to use the cavernous space productively.
Walmart can get away with a cold, cavernous space because it's in keeping with its bargain-basement pricing.
The rear seats can also be folded in one easy movement to create a cavernous space of 1865 litres when required.
Within the cavernous space where electric arc furnaces once belched smoke and spilled steel are four 'pavilions' representing Earth, Air, Water and Fire.
Each section of the 60/40 split sends the seat back on to the cushions, creating a cavernous space that easily caters for your needs.