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deep

(Down), adjective at the lowest point, below, below floor level, below ground level, below the floor, below the ground, beneath, under grade, under the ground, underground, underneath
Associated concepts: declaration against interest, declaraaion of a dividend, declaration of a trust, in deep trouble with the law, searching deep into the evidence of a case, self-serving declaration

deep

(Profound), adjective abstruse, astute, erudite, esoteric, intellectual, intellectually profound, penetrating, perceptive, philosophical, recondite, sagacious, sage, scholarly, thoughtful, wise
Associated concepts: deep constituted interpretation
See also: abstruse, broad, capacious, esoteric, extensive, incomprehensible, ingrained, intense, obscure, profound, recondite, sapient
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If you're making two shelves, you'll need the following materials: 4 x long pieces of 25 x 50mm prepared wood to the width of the alcove; 4 x short pieces of 25 x 50mm prepared wood to the depth of the alcove, minus the depth of the front and back pieces of wood, and the fascia if you're having one; 2 x rectangular pieces of MDF to be your shelves; 2 x long pieces of 13mm x 70mm prepared wood for your fascia.
Actualmente esta admitido que el mecanismo etiologico mas aceptado de la FP es la consecuencia de microtraumas de repeticion en la insercion de la fascia, siendo mas probable con mayor edad, ya que a partir de los 40 anos la capa de grasa que recubre el calcaneo empieza un proceso de atrofia y deshidratacion, junto con una perdida de colageno y tejido elastico, con lo que la capacidad de absorber los impactos es menor (5-8).
One time a fascia board worked itself loose and no one noticed, until a raccoon woke me up at 2 am attempting to occupy the crawlspace created by the separated fascia.
They are engineered and manufactured to provide contractors with fast and easy-to-install fascia systems that save time and maximize profits.
3, 4) Temporalis fascia is being used as a graft material for routine purposes.
Fascia in Sport and Movement is an excellent addition to the bookshelf of any manual health care practitioner or student.
The fascia of tibialis anterior is more vulnerable to trauma as it is the weakest fascial point in the lower extremity [3].
Fascia Bowen may also reduce high blood pressure and cortisol levels, boost the immune system and increase serotonin levels.
Fascia is part of all of these systems and may be affected by fibroproliferative diseases with connective tissue remodeling [1-3].
Group I patients underwent frontalis sling suspension with autologous fascia lata while Group II patients underwent frontalis sling suspension with silicone sling.
The pubocervical fascia is a common surgical term for the fibromuscular coat of the vaginal epithelium.