recesses

  • 1 recesses — re·cess || rɪː ses /rɪ ses n. break from proceedings, intermission, pause in activity; niche, indentation in a wall, alcove; scheduled break in the middle of a school day v. take a break from proceedings, take a pause from activities; make a… …

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  • 2 recesses — remote, secluded, or secret places. → recess …

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  • 3 recesses of Trцltsch — see recessus membranae tympani anterior and recessus membranae tympani posterior …

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  • 4 recesses of vestibule — see recessus cochlearis vestibuli, recessus ellipticus vestibuli, and recessus sphericus vestibuli …

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  • 5 recesses of his mind — furthermost regions of his mind, the depths of his heart, deepest regions of his imagination, back of his mind …

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  • 6 inmost recesses — index cache (hiding place) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 7 the recesses of something — 1) the parts of something that you cannot see easily because they are hidden or dark She reached into the darkest recesses of her handbag. 2) the parts of your mind or feelings that you keep hidden from other people …

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  • 8 paracolic recesses — sulci paracolici …

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  • 9 pleural recesses — recessus pleurales …

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  • 10 Trцltsch corpuscles recesses (spaces) — (trurlch) [Anton Friedrich von Trцltsch, German otologist, 1829–1890] see under corpuscle, and see recessus membranae tympani anterior and recessus membranae tympani posterior …

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  • 11 Western Chalukya architecture — ( kn. ಪಶ್ಚಿಮ ಚಾಲುಕ್ಯ ವಾಸ್ತುಶಿಲ್ಪ), also known as Kalyani Chalukya or Later Chalukya architecture, is the distinctive style of ornamented architecture that evolved during the rule of the Western Chalukya Empire in the Tungabhadra region of central …

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  • 12 recess — A small hollow or indentation. SYN: recessus [TA]. [L. recessus] anterior r. a circumscript deepening of the interpeduncular fossa in the direction of the mamillary bodies. SYN: recessus anterior [TA]. anterior r. of tympanic …

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  • 13 recess — noun 1 period when a parliament, etc. does not meet ADJECTIVE ▪ August (AmE), Christmas (esp. BrE), Easter (esp. AmE), holiday (AmE), summer, Whitsun (BrE), winter (AmE) …

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  • 14 recess — [[t]rɪse̱s, ri͟ːses[/t]] recesses, recessing, recessed 1) N COUNT: also in/from N A recess is a break between the periods of work of an official body such as a committee, a court of law, or a government. The conference broke for a recess, but the …

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  • 15 canals and inland waterways — ▪ waterway Introduction       natural or artificial waterways used for navigation, crop irrigation, water supply, or drainage.       Despite modern technological advances in air and ground transportation, inland waterways continue to fill a vital …

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  • 16 Pherecydes of Syros — See also Pherecydes of LerosInfobox Philosopher region = Pherecydes of Syros era = Pre Socratic philosophy color = #B0C4DE image caption = Pherecydes, ancient Greek philosopher. name = Pherecydes of Syros (Φερεκύδης) birth = ca. 600 B.C. death =… …

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  • 17 Noncompaction cardiomyopathy — Classification and external resources OMIM 601493 Non compaction cardiomyopathy (NCC), also called spongiform cardiomyopathy, is a rare congenital cardiomyopathy that affects both children and adults.[ …

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  • 18 recess — re|cess1 [rıˈses, ˈri:ses US ˈri:ses, rıˈses] n [Date: 1500 1600; : Latin; Origin: recessus, from the past participle of recedere; RECEDE] 1.) [U and C] a time during the day or year when no work is done, especially in parliament, law courts etc… …

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  • 19 Heckler & Koch MP5 — Type Submachine gun Place of origin …

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  • 20 Hoysala architecture — ( kn. ಹೊಯ್ಸಳ ವಾಸ್ತುಶಿಲ್ಪ) is the building style developed under the rule of the Hoysala Empire, in the region known today as the Indian state of Karnataka, between the 11th and 14th centuries. Hoysala influence was at its peak in the 13th century …

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