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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 stops are expected to feature parking lots and dining and retail services, and they will be located near major intersections close to the road.
The next morning, the DO sought out the Airman and asked him to get a map and plan out the route he intended to take, as well as identify planned rest stops.
VOSA check drivers' tachographs to see they made rest stops
As Klaus Schierhackl, executive director of ASFINAG, points out: The rest stop offers customers outstanding gastronomic services and the sale of vignettes.
I was absorbing these divergent messages of the contemporary highway rest stop and Normal Rockwell's America just as the Nobel Peace Prize committee honored Obama for his "extraordinary efforts to strengthen international diplomacy and cooperation between peoples," and because "his diplomacy is founded in the concept that those who are to lead the world must do so on the basis of values and attitudes that are shared by the majority of the world's population.
Having rest stops in place for weary drivers is a big issue with Compton.
At a cost of about $13million a year, nearly half of the state's 87 rest stops have gotten makeovers since 2000 and all are supposed to be up to federal Americans with Disabilities Act standards by 2009.
Clashes between rival fans at rest stops are common in Italy.
Police spokesman Saverio Cialdea said the shooting took place at a rest stop along the A1 highway near the town of Arezzo in Tuscany, about 125 miles north of Rome.
They just don't have enough time in their busy schedules to pull over at a rest stop or find a trash can.
The detours can be a welcomed rest stop on an adventurous, nail-biting journey, or a slight annoyance, for readers who want to catch their breath from the ever suspenseful life of C.
The transport ministry will begin a program to operate ETC-compatible interchanges at 20 locations, including the Kamigo rest stop on the Tomei Expressway in Aichi Prefecture, for three to six months starting this autumn on a trial basis.