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  • The process is also thought to be an important part of the development of cleavage.
  • All these cleavages and divisions in the population continue in their effects to this day. Cited from The Quaker Colonies, Sydney G. Fisher
  • Several of these cleavage points and products are shown below.
  • It is mountain-green to green in colour, with one distinct to good cleavage.
  • There are also some cleavage shots and see-through articles of clothing throughout the game.
  • The process of adaptation has had the natural result of producing new internal cleavages. Cited from The Crisis in Russia, by Arthur Ransome
  • Further, sex becomes another cleavage, especially in regard to getting and maintaining a paid labour position.
  • Cleavage occurs typically in either one, two, three, four, or six directions.
  • These two methods eventually lead to ring cleavage and complete degradation.
  • The concept of cross-cutting cleavages is perhaps most heavily used in the field of Political Science.
  • She has also been known to hide ammunition in her cleavage.
  • The nature of the conflict depends on existing social and political cleavages and on the level of economic development.
  • The historical position of the parties on those issues is closely related to two other historical cleavages in Canada, religion and empire.
  • Family members of AGO that lost this conserved feature during evolution will lack the cleavage activity.
  • The video features the band in a bar with hillbillies and women with deep cleavage.
  • This cleavage continues to shape the Polish political landscape until this day.
  • Eventually, he vanishes after making a small cut on her clothing, revealing her cleavage.
  • The sweet water the rock had held was gone or had shrunk far down into its strange holes and cleavages.
  • Later, she said her cleavage was censored during the show because it was too voluptuous.
  • If the mineral has one or more good cleavages they will be indicated by systems of cracks.
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Words starting with cleavage

Meaning of cleavage

  • noun The state of being split or cleft
    there was a cleavage between the liberal and conservative members
  • noun The breaking of a chemical bond in a molecule resulting in smaller molecules
  • noun (embryology) the repeated division of a fertilised ovum
  • noun The line formed by a groove between two parts (especially the separation between a woman's breasts)
  • noun The act of cleaving or splitting