Difference between cavity and alveolus
- a sizeable hole (usually in the ground)
- soft decayed area in a tooth; progressive decay can lead to the death of a tooth
- space that is surrounded by something
- (anatomy) a natural hollow or sinus within the body
Beard is rather dismissive of their optical sophistication, shown in the curvature of the stylobate and in the entasis of the columns — the slight outward swelling of a column designed to counter the optical illusion of concavity, were the columns 'sides to be perfectly straight.
The excess amniotic fluid was then removed from the recipient twin sac, and antibiotics were placed into the uterine cavity to decrease the risk of infection.
It's not the time to be exploring your nasal cavity.
- a bony socket in the alveolar ridge that holds a tooth
- a tiny sac for holding air in the lungs; formed by the terminal dilation of tiny air passageways
At the end of each bronchiole are tiny sacs called alveoli, each one of them lined with a thin layer of fluid that keeps each alveolus open.
But when an egg with a similar genetic code is laid in a larger alveolus and the larva is fed a special food -- the royal jelly -- the resulting insect is a queen bee, a larger, fertile female.
Elizabeth you siren me, coriander. glasswort you alveolus me, chocks.