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concavity

 [kon-kav´ĭ-te]
a depression or hollowed surface.

con·cav·i·ty

(kon-kav'i-tē),
A hollow or depression, with more or less evenly curved sides, on any surface.

con·cav·i·ty

(kŏn-kavi-tē)
A hollow or depression, with more or less evenly curved sides, on any surface.

con·cav·i·ty

(kŏn-kavi-tē)
A hollow or depression, with more or less evenly curved sides, on any surface.
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However, concavities can occur and rhinoplasty surgeons should be familiar with the various surgical techniques needed for correction, especially if the concavity is associated with external valve collapse and breathing difficulties.
Where, the concavity is represented by I,, steepness by Ks, regression by -I, and intercept is log ks.
This study aimed to evaluate dentine thickness and concavity depth toward the danger zone of the mesial canals of the mandibular first and second molars, to examine differences between gender, age, and quadrant, and to prove if there is a relationship between root length and dentine thickness.
But usually, greater focus should be placed on the locked-short musculature on the side of the concavity. The primary focus should be the paraspinal musculature--the erector spinae and transversospinalis groups--but the transversospinalis musculature (rotatores, multifidus, semispinalis) in the laminar groove of the spine should be especially focused on.
Photograph depicting concavity of the caudal third of the sternum in the chest of a hatch-year red-tailed hawk.
Therefore, the block of the workpiece material surrounded by the crack is removed by brittle fracture, and a concavity forms on the machined surface.
However, in all the shown tests, the flame front profile presents a concavity with a radius of curvature located in the opposite direction of the main propagation direction.
[2.] Lee, S., Lee, N., Lim, J., and Park, J., "The Effect of Outer Ring Flange Concavity on Automotive Wheel Bearings Performance," SAE Int.
KEY WORDS: Crassostrea virginica, cultch, eastern oyster, reef restoration, larval settlement, substratum concavity, orientation, and tertiary arrangement
All these procedures (concavity exploration, topology stability assessment and constrained searches) were implemented into TNT scripts available upon request.
n., which has only one small window on the tegmina and a clear concavity between the stridulatory file and the rest of the tegmina.
Figure 2 represents the tool end surface concavity angle [alpha] = 2[degrees] and therefore, the tool tip point complimentary angle [alpha]'' = 88[degrees].