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groove

1. the spiral channel, usually V-shaped, in a gramophone record
2. Anatomy any furrow or channel on a bodily structure or part; sulcus
3. Mountaineering a shallow fissure in a rock face or between two rock faces, forming an angle of more than 120?
4. in the groove Jazz playing well and apparently effortlessly, with a good beat, etc.

Groove

A continuous recess formed centrally along the edge of a timber board in order to accommodate a tongue.

groove

[grüv]
(biochemistry)
Any of a group of depressions in the double helix of deoxyribonucleic acid that are believed to be sites occupied by nuclear proteins.
(design engineering)
A long, narrow channel in a surface.
(geology)
Glaciated marks of large size on rock.
(ordnance)
One of the spiral depressions in the rifling of a gun to impart a spinning motion to a projectile which stabilizes it in flight.

groove

A long narrow cut in the edge or face of a wood member; a groove across the grain is a dado; one parallel with the grain is a plow.
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Indeed, larger proteins contain more grooves and more water -- and that water resides in the grooves, says Kuhn.
Now if users enter a new calendar appointment in the Groove Networks' application on their work PC, that information will automatically be updated in their Palm, favorite online calendar, desktop PIM on their home PC, and vice versa -- all through the power of fusionOne.
With its distinctive flavor, upbeat music by Grammy(R) Award-winning singer/songwriter Sting and David Hartley, rousing score by John Debney, and stylish animation, "The Emperor's New Groove" is sure to get moviegoers in the groove for fun, fantasy and adventure.