Oh, yeah: Can I borrow an orifice you’re not using?
Below the urethral opening is the larger, vaginal orifice.
Correction (May 1st, 2019): This article originally described Ebola as a virus which "makes people gush blood from every orifice”.
People were considered partially masked if they had a mask visible on their person, including in their hand, but had at least one breathing orifice uncovered.
The opening (vaginal orifice) is partially covered by the labia majora.
The orifice controls the thickness of the tube wall and the shape of the bore.
Various shields for the gauge orifice have been tried in an effort to offset wind effects.
The genital orifice of both sexes is on the undersurface of the second abdominal segment, although in some mites it may be dorsal.
The penis in mammals develops from an outgrowth called the genital tubercle, located at the anterior edge of the urinogenital orifice.
Even pigs have enlarged stomachs—they have a pouch near the cardiac orifice (the upper opening) of the stomach—and in peccaries the stomach is more complicated.
Other conditions are ulcerated sores, prolapse (in which the internal portions of the vagina protrude out of the vaginal orifice), and occasionally cancerous tumours.
I wrote a column criticising him during the last Ashes, when England were losing again and he was coming out of every media orifice abusing them by talking about himself.
A double-layered oval membrane separates the endodermal hindgut from an ectodermal pit, called the proctodaeum, the site of the future anal canal and its orifice, the anus.
The lung proper is connected to the outside through a series of tubes; the main tube, known as the trachea (windpipe), exits in the throat through a controllable orifice, the glottis.
They also are made by the double-crucible technique (see Figure 11), in which two concentric compartments of a platinum crucible are fed with glass rods, and a composite stream is allowed to exit a bottom orifice.
Valve, in anatomy, any of various membranous structures, especially in the heart, veins, and lymph ducts, that function to close temporarily a passage or orifice, permitting movement of a fluid in one direction only.
In “Sealed,” my own recent eco-horror novel, a pregnant woman and her partner flee a pandemic that causes skin to seal over people’s eyes, ears, noses — every bodily orifice — in an extreme reaction to environmental contamination.
Both the pubic and the ischial parts usually meet in the so-called ventral symphysis, from which a cartilage or a bone, the hypoischium, projects backward to support the margin of the cloacal orifice, and another, the epipubis, projects forward.
Although this was literally a movie about a mask, as far as we can tell, said mask did not cover a single human orifice and, in fact, caused the wearer’s eyeballs to bulge out of his skull, thereby exposing him to the coronavirus even more effectively.
Soon after the shoulders rotate, the one in front appears in the vulvovaginal orifice and remains in this position while the other shoulder is swept forward by a lateral bending of the trunk through the same upward and forward curve that was followed by the head as it was being born.
- an aperture or hole that opens into a bodily cavity
Example: the orifice into the aorta from the lower left chamber of the heart
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