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ex·ca·va·tion

(eks'kă-vā'shŭn),
1. A natural cavity, pouch, or recess; a sunken or depressed area. Synonym(s): depression (2) [TA], excavatio
2. A cavity formed artificially or as the result of a pathologic process.

ex·ca·va·tion

(eks'kă-vā'shŭn)
1. A natural cavity, pouch, or recess.
Synonym(s): excavatio [TA] .
2. A cavity formed artificially or as the result of a pathologic process.
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"Le grotesque et le neant: l'enfant adulte et l'adulte-enfant dans L'Assommoir et Nana." Excavatio 2001 (3-4): 1-11.
See Carmen Mayer-Robin, "The Formidable Flow of Milk in Le Docteur Pascal and Fecondite: Two Feminine Allegories for the 'Republique en marche,'" Excavatio XIII (2000): 69-80.
"Imagination, Invention, Logique, Experience, Retour sur l'esthetique zolienne." Excavatio 14.
"Madame Sourdis, un regard critique sur les normes esthetiques contemporaines." Excavatio 1-2 (200l): 27-40.
"Totem et tabou dans La Fortune des Rougon." Excavatio 14.1-2 (200l): 73-85.