- n. Plural form of concavity.
“The reverse view turns the concavities of the title into convexities, countering them with horizontal concave planes.”
“And my hero, Werner Herzog, is using 3-D to film prehistoric cave paintings in France, to better show off the concavities of the ancient caves.”
“When he was satisfied that no damage had been done, he sat on the nearby sofa, studying Svertaâ€ ™ s vestigal nostril-slits and the smooth concavities where eyes might have grown.”
“He was beautifully made, with long, graceful bones and flat muscles that flowed smoothly from the curves of chest and shoulder to the slight concavities of belly and thigh.”
“The concavities they leave reflect incident radiation from side to side, and thus continue to grow.”
“Sticking from the top of the skull like a piece of card, the sagittal crest seems to have been flanked by shallow concavities on the skull roof.”
“The thing was a complex mess of bony laminae and concavities (termed fossae), few of which were symmetrical when you compared the two sides.”
“In every detail – the distribution of concavities and foramina, the articulatory surfaces for other bones, the tooth shape, wear pattern and surface microstructure, the internal tooth structure (determined by CT scanning) – the specimen is indisputably dicynodont, and not matched by anything else.”
“In MIWG. 7306, three large concavities (termed fossae) occupy most of the lateral surfaces, and these fossae themselves are subdivided into smaller fossae, with some of these subdivisions having further subdivisions.”
“Firstly, the medial surface of the dentary possesses trough-like concavities that Fox et al. interpreted as areas for the articulation of post-dentary bones.”
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