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rest ar·e·a

the portion of a tooth structure or of a restoration in a tooth that is prepared to receive the positive seating of the metallic occlusal, incisal, lingual, or cingulum rest of a removable prosthesis.
Synonym(s): rest seat

rest area

a prepared surface on a tooth or fixed restoration into which an arm or a removable partial denture fits. Also called rest seat, incisal rest, occlusal rest.

rest a·re·a

(rest arē-ă)
Portion of a tooth structure or of a restoration in a tooth that is prepared to receive the positive seating of the metallic occlusal, incisal, lingual, or cingulum rest of a removable prosthesis.
Synonym(s): rest seat.

rest a·re·a

(rest arē-ă)
Portion of tooth structure or restoration in a tooth that is prepared to receive positive seating of metallic occlusal, incisal, lingual, or cingulum rest of a removable prosthesis.
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The rest areas will provide a dedicated safe and convenient option for those wishing to take a break, the minister said.
Until that time, different aspects of the rest areas will be opening over the course of the next few months, with the earliest predicted to be mid-September, when parts of the northbound rest area will be open to the public, though specific dates for these pre-openings have not been decided as of yet.
Starting this month, the group said it plans to transform the nine newly added rest areas from "pee and flee" stops into comfortable and convenient travel hubs.
The new format highway rest areas will be located near major intersections close to the highway and positioned on a plot area of approximately 16,345m[sup.
The Municipality said it is working closely with other government agencies, including the Department of Transport (DOT), to ensure that the proposed highway rest areas comply with traffic safety and security requirements.
As a public service, Elektrobase has provided 112 Elektrosign digital display systems at the Florida rest areas for the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) to inform visitors.
The rest areas cost a total of YR 48 million, which is USD 240,000.
These rest areas (or hafanau) could ensure safe places to rest or stop along the entire carriageway.
The state's earliest rest areas began popping up along highways in 1868 as wayside stations to provide water and shade to travelers and livestock.
A total of 12 service areas - including filling stations and shops - and 11 rest areas with toilets will be built on routes including the MI, N4, N6, N7, N8, N18 and N11.
The second bill would create a 13-member panel known as the "Study Commission on New Jersey Highway Rest Areas for Truck Drivers" to consider how best to address the lack of rest areas for interstate truck drivers.
So a programme was drawn up in collaboration with local communes gently to insert rest areas and look-out points.