Noun(1) the state of being split or cleft(2) the breaking of a chemical bond in a molecule resulting in smaller molecules(3) (embryology(4) the line formed by a groove between two parts (especially the separation between a woman's breasts(5) the act of cleaving or splitting
(1) The first phenomenon was observed in cleavage sections by David Brewster in 1819.(2) Their associated cleavage can be traced directly across the unconformity.(3) For a successful division to take place the cell has to determine the location, where to separate, and the point of time to start cell cleavage .(4) Thus, the crystals have cleavage planes for the necessary migration aptitude.(5) Lorraine leaned into Jay's open window, purposely revealing a great deal of her cleavage .(6) These have a good slaty cleavage in pelitic rocks and a well-developed crenulation cleavage in places.(7) I made my way over to him, but my way was blocked by a young woman with a low-cut top that revealed a large portion of her cleavage .(8) This is because this mineral was always observed as fine-grained inclusions parallel to the cleavage of biotite crystals.(9) If they say that we cannot expose a women's cleavage , then women's beach volleyball should not be allowed.(10) Her tight pants hugged her hips while her button down shirt exposed too much cleavage .(11) A few faces at unusual angles were noted, but these appear to be cleavage planes.(12) One important difference involves the cleavage patterns; the division of cells in the early embryo.(13) Discoveries expanded from good mineral specimens to include true gem material, transparent crystals, and cleavage fragments of fine red color.(14) Laura's hand was on her chest, pushing her already low, revealing shirt even lower, exposing more cleavage .(15) A sharp cleavage between secular and religious models of society emerged.(16) They establish these statutes as establishing a sharp cleavage between drunkenness and nondrunkenness.
(1) cleavage furrow :: 分裂溝
1. segmentation ::
1. unification ::
2. union ::
Different Formscleavage, cleavages
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