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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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The female lays a relatively small number of eggs--usually less than 4,000--in a sheltered crevice where they are guarded by either the female alone or the male and female together.
When the mother reaches a narrow crevice and ejects the flexible baby bot, the baby squeezes into the rubble and uses audio sensors, cameras, and digital thermometers to explore.
Running around the edge of the big light-well, the exhibition space is carved by the crevices at its periphery into a series of six peninsulas.
And dangerous snakes--such as black mambas and spitting cobras--also liked to hide in rocky crevices, along with spiders and scorpions.
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Remarkably, masses of perennial monkey flowers (Mimulus aurantiacus) are growing straight out of what must be extremely narrow and shallow rock crevices because they are indiscernible to the naked eye.
In order to successfully reach the South Pole, an expedition had to travel over 700 miles of frozen ice, crevices and mountains, carrying all their provisions with them through the most brutal storms on the planet, and then return, all during the brief Antarctic summer.
Two crows hand raised without seeing twig use spontaneously started using sticks to poke food out of crevices, says Benjamin Kenward of the University of Oxford in England.
To revive the building's lobby murals, technicians used hypodermic needles to inject acrylic resin and into crevices to reattach plaster and paint.
Owners need to be aware of the dangers of letting their dogs run free on land like this where there might be crevices they can fall into.
Because of regular food deliveries, pests can hitch a ride into the kitchen on incoming parcels or can invade the premises through open doors, cracks, and crevices.
It is primarily used for parts not having crevices or cavities.