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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The centerpiece is a 100-foot-long curtain of colorful Mylar streamers that shimmies through the cavernous space from an aerial conveyor belt.
The latest phase of work involved removing rubble from the cavernous space, which forms part of the complex network of tunnels created by Joseph Williamson.
If you need adequate rather than cavernous space, don't fancy the size of a full-blown SUV - like this model's stablemate the Q7 - yet enjoy the raised ride height and driving position, then the Q3 may be a smart choice.
Boot space is decent and the 60/40 split folding rear seats open up a cavernous space for larger loads.
Immunohistochemically, the cells lining the cavernous space and vacuolated epithelioid cells are positive for vimentin, CD31, CD34, and factor-VIII-related antigen, supporting the endothelial nature [1-3, 5, 7-9, 11, 12, 15].
The Oyster Bar is located in a cavernous space in the lower level of Grand Central Terminal.
Resting solemnly in Hauser & Wirth's cavernous space, a shiny black-steel carcass bisected the opening gallery, its studded spine rising and falling atop a tangle of twisted ribs.
A cavernous space where the TV sizes range from massive to humon-gous and the booths are more often than not filled with groups of three to four lads in Superdry.
Fold the second and third rows and there is cavernous space, enough, says Mitsubishi, to swallow a couple of mountain bikes whole, with, adds the firm, a footprint smaller than that of most family estate cars.
From the inside, the shell takes on a delicate appearance, with a floor-to-ceiling glass curtain allowing light to flood the cavernous space. Within the museum's exhibition space, the shell opens on to carefully selected views--called 'Lens spaces' --of the famous monuments and buildings that surround the museum, many of which hosted notable scenes of racial struggle.
We visited twice and found Chaos' cavernous space, though not as big as Valkyrie, relaxing and conducive enough for both intimate conversation and spirited dancing.
AGENT: An imposing detached residence in the Gibbet Hill area of Coventry combines cavernous space with an excellent location to provide an ideal family home.