crevice


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a usually narrow partial opening caused by splitting and rupture

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Erik Storm, a tour guide for Kiluaea EcoGuides, lost his GoPro camera inside a small crevice in Hawaii about 16 months ago when the footage was captured.
ImAg finishes corroded by a combination of crevice and galvanic mechanisms, primarily in solder-mask-defined pad regions and those directly underneath, compromised ImAg plating.
The motorized turbine head glides up stairs, the flexible crevice tool reaches narrow spaces behind furniture, the soft dusting sweeps up dust on blinds, and the stubborn dirt brush tackles the hardest of grime.
Permitting the direct sampling of the gases and fluids inside an engine combustion chamber, Southwest Research Institute's Dynamic Crevice Sampling System (DCSS) is a revolutionary development in engine diagnostics.
As macroalgae have a greater size and no experimental investigation focusing on influence of crevice size on development of this algal community was yet conducted, we carried out the present study to investigate the colonization and the establishment of macroalgal community on surfaces with milimetric crevices, a scale slightly higher than previous investigations.
The crevice tool and dusting brush store in the handle, so it's easier to clean crevices, stairs, and upholstered surfaces.
Unlike the HH coil, most evaporator coils (or heat exchangers) are manufactured by expanding a tube into a fin, which creates an overlapping surface (a collar) and a circular crevice (nook) around this interface (regardless of the coil material)--an inaccessible safe haven for microbes.
A SLIGHTLY-BUILT vet saved a sheepdog stuck in a rocky crevice after mountain rescuers were too broad to reach him.
A VET has been hailed a hero for rescuing a dog from a narrow crevice in Snowdonia.
There's a video of a blind horse named Zachary; it goes with the crevice piece.
SAN FRANCISCO PLAYWRIGHT LAUREN YEE'S CREVICE IS A QUINT-essentially Bay Area play.
A CLIMBER was stuck hanging from a rope with his arm jammed in a crevice for more than three hours yesterday.
The light from a torch is often directed at the bat, especially to identify bats hidden deep in a crevice.
Also, unlike traditional bag or cartridge filters it uses a reusable, reduced crevice filter element which eliminates the cost and environmental implications associated with replacement filter media.