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a space in an otherwise solid mass

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How can it be argued that cavity 2 is filled with black radiation?
8 million properties in the UK have 'hard-to-treat' cavity walls, also sometimes known as 'hard-to-fill'.
About eight million homes in the UK have uninsulated cavity walls, meaning a lot of heat is being wasted.
I observed a female Helmeted Woodpecker roosting overnight with a pair of White-eyed Parakeets (Aratinga leucophthalma), while the latter were incubating in a naturally occurring, non-excavated cavity in a large live branch of grapia (Apuleia leiocarpa).
A hassle-free way to save energy and prevent money disappearing into thin air is to stop this heat escaping with cavity wall insulation.
However, if we freeze-frame the situation at the instant of switchover from first to second stage (packing), we see cavity "A" is full and cavity "B" is short.
Differences in the rate of cavity development between breast-fed children and bottle-fed children were evaluated employing a series of surveys.
Within eaga we have a company, Millfold, which installs cavity wall insulation in 1,000 homes every week, using a variety of materials.
A replica of the moving side mold plate was machined out of a clear acrylic sheet to duplicate the shape and venting of the moving cavity (Fig.
With both age groups, the researchers found that certain combinations of sugar chains correlated with a person's cavity history, give or take one cavity.
In this article, we describe a new case, which involved the right nasal cavity, ethmoid sinus, and pterygomaxillary fossa and extended into the cranial cavity.
The flow in the primary cavity is predominantly along its length, and as such it resembles flow in a duct.
And there is some research - albeit not proof - that indicates a laser might kill the underlying bacteria that caused the cavity so decay doesn't continue and force the filling to eventually fall out, she said.
Cysts near or on the surface of the lung (blebs) can rupture and, as air leaks from the lung into the chest cavity (pneumothorax), the lung or a part of the lung can collapse, causing pain.
Those cavity trees are located in clusters, and each "clan" of woodpeckers is comprised of a single breeding pair, young-of-the-year, and stay-at-homes called helpers.