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groove

 [gro̳v]
a narrow, linear hollow or depression.
branchial groove pharyngeal groove.
Harrison's groove a horizontal groove along the lower border of the thorax corresponding to the costal insertion of the diaphragm; seen in advanced rickets in childhood.
medullary groove (neural groove) that formed by the beginning invagination of the neural plate of the embryo to form the neural tube.
pharyngeal groove a groove between a pair of pharyngeal arches in a mammalian embryo, homologous to the branchial cleft of a fish, formed by rupture of the membrane separating a corresponding entodermal pouch and ectodermal groove.

groove

(grūv), [TA]
A narrow, elongated depression or furrow on any surface.
See also: sulcus.

groove

(grūv) [TA]
A narrow elongated depression or furrow on any surface.
See also: sulcus

groove

(grūv) [TA]
A narrow, elongated depression or furrow on any surface.
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"We have been using Groove for over a year and [are] excited for the newest Highspot integration!
Other names given to this developmental aberration are cinguloradicular groove, radicular groove and radicular lingual groove.
A new study bolsters the idea that strange grooves crisscrossing the surface of the Martian moon Phobos were made by rolling boulders blasted free from an ancient asteroid impact.
Under the shear between the barrel groove and the screw channel, the whole solid plug is subjected to shear fracture and a large amount of internal friction heat is generated (Fig.
This inspection kit consists of a set of precision-ground pins used to inspect the receiver to determine if the left side groove is within normal specifications.
Users will not have access to MP3 or audio files stored on Microsoft's One Drive cloud service via the (https://support.microsoft.com/en-ph/help/4028602/windows-10-what-is-the-microsoft-groove-music-app) Groove Music app.
There's also the matter of the crimp groove's contour, especially on cast bullets.
2 shows the geometric model of a micro-grooved slider, where x and y are the coordinates in a global Cartesian coordinate system, l is the slider length [theta] is the groove orientation angle, [w.sub.g] is the groove width, [s.sub.g] is the groove spacing, and [l.sub.g] is the distance between two adjacent grooves.
Interesting here are the limits and pressures this interdisciplinary problematic places on the possibility of a phenomenology of groove. For example, an ethnomusicological optic sensitizes us to Roholt's implicit ethnographic claims regarding what band members and musicians have said to him about how to "push" and "pull" certain grooves (what Vijay Iyer calls "microtimings" in, "Embodied Mind, Situated Cognition, and Expressive Microtiming in African-American Music," Musk Perception 19, no.
Demand for a retail store led Dusty Groove to move into a loft space in the Wicker Park neighborhood in 1997 and open its doors to the general public on weekends.
But Rico-Guevara's high-speed videos show that hummingbirds in the wild rarely dip open grooves into nectar.
DISCUSSION: Vertical groove on the anterior surface of the lateral condyle is found in Indians, but the percentage varies in different populations.