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crevice

 [krev´is]
a fissure.
gingival crevice the space between the cervical enamel of a tooth and the overlying unattached gingiva.

crev·ice

(krev'is),
A crack or small fissure, especially in a solid substance.
[Fr. crevasse]

crevice

/crev·ice/ (krev´is) fissure.
gingival crevice  the space between the cervical enamel of a tooth and the overlying unattached gingiva.

crevice

[krev′is]
a cleft or fissure, like that between the gum and the neck of a tooth.

crev·ice

(krev'is)
A crack or small fissure, especially in a solid substance.
[Fr. crevasse]

crev·ice

(krev'is)
A crack or small fissure, especially in a solid substance.
[Fr. crevasse]

crevice

a fissure.

gingival crevice
the space between the cervical enamel of a tooth and the overlying unattached gingiva.
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Each crevice was classified as used or available based on presence of signs.
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The treatments with different crevice sizes showed no significant influence on the establishment of macroalgal communities and species individually.
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Ms Taylor was the smallest volunteer in the desperate operation to rescue Chip who had been trapped in the crevice for two days.
He was heard whining by the team during the search and the sounds were pinpointed to the a bottom of a rock crevice that was 25 metres deep, extremely narrow and halfway up a steep crag.
Crevice too follows on from several of McCorkle's earlier projects, and also hints at a precarious transcendence; for 2003's Cutting (Office Baroque), for example, the artist sliced through a brick wall, making short work of the architectural here and now in an homage to Gordon Matta-Clark.
Crevice won a grant back in 2008 from San Francisco's Play Ground, which produces original 10-minute plays that go on to compete for the opportunity to be transformed into full-lengths.
Ian Henderson, spokesman for the Llanberis Mountain Rescue team, said : "The arm was greased with jelly and ice was used to cool it down before we were eventually able to free it from the crevice.
To measure the amount of heat produced by a torch light illuminating a small crevice, we experimentally tested the effect of crevice volume, torch type and duration of the treatment on changes in temperature of the crevice.
Every component has been carefully designed to eliminate all crevices and bug traps to allow for sanitary standard cleaning.