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VolcanoBot 1 was able to get into two locations on the fissure at a depth of 82 feet.
Some fissures and caves, particularly those in the area of the type locality (Ukasi Hill), were investigated more than once and the total number of visits to caves/fissures was 337.
Oligo-antigenic diet in the treatment of chronic anal fissures.
Six stencils comprise El Castillo Area 1, among which one was created from a comfortable position on a relatively flat surface atop several fissures, despite the 'availability' of unfissured rock nearby (Figure 6).
Such tears are commonly mistaken for hemorrhoids, which unlike fissures don't cause pain with bowel movements.
L'effondrement qui a entraEne des fissures au niveau des murs de trois appartements et deux locaux a usage de bureau, est du a des travaux d'amenagement au niveau de l'immeuble, precise-t-on.
Ces infiltrations d'eau seraient, selon nos informations, a l'origine des fissures et de l'affaissement au boulevard Zighoud-Youcef.
The infra-auricular fissure present in the overwhelming majority of atopic dermatitis patients is a simple and convenient guide to disease severity, according to the results of a prospective study.
On the other hand, Torppa-Saarinen and Seppa [1990] investigated the pits and fissures of GIC sealed occlusal surfaces that had been clinically scored as having partial or total loss of sealant under a stereomicroscope or scanning electron microscope and reported that glass ionomer material was still left at the bottom of the fissures in most of the cases.
Further down the Athabasca river, natural gas has come up from fissures in the rock for years, and the bubbles that rise to its surface are easily ignited.
4 % for the treatment of moderate to severe pain associated with chronic anal fissures.
At the same time the fissures act as the main channels for the seepage of the heated oil and gas, at which the connectivity of the fissures directly controls the success of in situ shale oil recovery.