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cavity

1. Dentistry a soft decayed area on a tooth
2. any empty or hollow space within the body

cavity

[′kav·əd·ē]
(biology)
A hole or hollow space in an organ, tissue, or other body part.
(electromagnetism)
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And, if the latest Nike advert is to be believed, tapas will soon replace Scouse as the dish of choice in Liverpool and the Cavern will be renamed Caverna as the Spanish revolution spreads still further.
The Caverna delle Arene Candide is a vast cave, opening in a commanding position at 85m asl on the coast of Liguria (north-west Italy) (Figure 1).
There's the La Caverna Hotel & Restaurant, Coventry Road, Sheldon, (0121 743 7917); Subway at National Exhibition Centre, Bit Square Unit, Bickenhill; Frankie & Benny's at Birmingham International Airport, (0121 767 1410); The Tea Room-Chinese Restaurant, 3 Alcott Lane, Marston Green (0121 779 2773)
Curiously, the book's Spanish title, La caverna de las ideas, refers to Plato's allegory of the cave, which forms part of the novel's philosophical subtext.
It was within this atmosphere of generous experimentalism that Gallizio conceived and created, among other things, two large works that make it possible to consider him a precursor to the makers of the happenings and environmental art of the '60s and '70s: Rotolo di pittura industriale (Roll of industrial painting), 1958, and Caverna dell' Antimateria (Cave of antimatter), 1959.
A local ecology teacher, Nelsi Neif Sadek (now secretary of culture), took her to a painted sandstone cave, called Caverna da Pedra Pintada.
Finds at the Brazilian cave, known as Caverna da Pedra Pintada, include thousands of carbonized fruits and wood fragments from tropical trees and the remains of fish, birds, reptiles, large forest game, and shellfish.
The earlier list runs: 'Felle caret; non vivit de cadavere nec de vermibus; semine pascitur; meliora germina eligit; gemitum pro cantu habet; alienos saepe nutrit pullos; super aquas sedet, ut cum viderit umbram venientis accipitris; illum devitet; in foramine petre vel in caverna nidificat,' On Babion (at the cathedral school of Angers 1103-10, and archbishop of Bordeaux 1136-58), see J.
Implementing the HMS applications will give us an information system platform comparable to larger hospitals," said Alan Alexander, Chief Executive Officer of Caverna Memorial Hospital.
9) In questo passo tutta la vita umana appare un 'carcere' e in questa inserita atmosfera di somnia mi sembra di avvertire quasi una reminiscenza del mito della caverna di Platone.