Groove or Grooves may refer to:

  • Grooves (archaeology)
  • Microsoft Groove
  • Groove (joinery), a slot cut parallel to the grain
  • Groove (engineering), a metalworking technique
  • grooves of a gramophone record
  • Major and minor groove, the spaces between two strands of a DNA double-helix
  • Glacial groove
  • Groove (film), a 2000 US film
  • Groove (Transformers), a fictional character

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Other articles related to "groove":

Groove - Music
... Groove Records, a subsidiary label of RCA Victor Records - active 1954–1965 The Groove (Sirius XM), a US radio station Groove 101.7, an Australian radio station ...
Show Don't Tell (song) - Music and Song Structure
... from synthesizer in favour of a more guitar-oriented approach the band favoured a more funk/groove style of play and away from the 1980s style of music typical ... I wanted to maintain a groove and yet follow the bizarre syncopations that the guitar riff was leading into ... but at the same time, because of that, we were determined that it should have a rhythmic groove under it ...
Spermalege - Structure
... It consists of a groove in the right-handed posterior margin of the fifth sclerite, overlying a pleural membrane ... during traumatic insemination, male bed bugs insert their needle-like penis into the groove, and pierce the pleural membrane ... It is a membrane-bound sac attached to the wall of the haemocoel, directly beneath the groove of the ectospermalege ...
Let's Groove - CDB Version
... Let's Groove" Single by CDB from the album Glide with Me Released 1995 Format CD Recorded 1995 Genre Pop R B Length 417 Label Sony Music Certification Platinum (in Australia) CDB singles ... Tracklist "Let's Groove" "You Will Be Mine" "Let's Groove" (Summer Groove) "Let's Groove" (Instrumental) Year Single details Peak chart positions 1995 Let's Groove 1. ...
Laryngotracheal Groove
... The laryngotracheal groove is a precursor for the larynx and trachea ... The rudiment of the respiratory organs appears as a median longitudinal groove in the ventral wall of the pharynx ... The groove deepens and its lips fuse to form a septum which grows from below upward and converts the groove into a tube, the Laryngotracheal groove (or laryngo-tracheal tube ...