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Synonyms for space

Synonyms for space

an extent, measured or unmeasured, of linear space

a wide and open area, as of land, sky, or water

a rather short period

Synonyms for space

a blank character used to separate successive words in writing or printing

the interval between two times


one of the areas between or below or above the lines of a musical staff

(printing) a block of type without a raised letter

place at intervals

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Partial spacer designs in the mandible cover only the anterior residual alveolar ridge when it is atrophic, resorbed, or flabby [26-29].
I started with screws a bit over length as the mount and spacer were tightened in position and later cut the screws to exact length.
There is no statistically significant difference between with spacer group and without spacer group at first review after one month and second review after two months post intervention.
The award is great recognition for the production team at Edgetech who were so integral to the design of Super Spacer Alpha," said John Stark, Edgetech's works manager who collected the award at the ceremony at the Ricoh Arena.
Conwed manufactures a full line of feed spacers that are part of layer configurations in RO spiral wound elements.
It is important that those caring for the child are shown how the spacer and MDI are used.
Used in protective athleticwear, for example, spacer knits can provide shock absorption to high-impact areas such as elbows and knees.
In the double-dummy studies, adults received both a nebulizer and a spacer, which likely explains the similar time spent in the ED by the treatment and control groups.
The inventor of the Foot Spacer has also developed a working prototype that has been utilized with success.
The Kap-Flex high-speed shear spacer coupling from Emerson Industrial Automation (Florence, KY) uses a patented double-tube design, precision machining and bearings, and special metal treatments to help provide predictable shear during torque overloads on turbo drivetrains, allowing safe coast down of systems turning at up to 20,000 RPM.
has launched its new Fortify I, an expandable corpectomy spacer with integrated screws for further stability in addition to supplemental fixation.
Screw the stud with spacer into the lug and snug down the stud.
A G10 finger-hole spacer means smoother spins and better transitions.