Eversion

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Eversion (from the verb "evert") is the process of turning inside-out. Eversion may refer to:

  • Eversion (kinesiology), the anatomical term of motion denoting the movement of the sole of the foot away from the median plane
  • Eversion (video game), a 2010 platform video game by Guilherme S. Tows
  • In sea cucumbers, a form of autotomy in which the animal ejects its internal organs as a defensive strategy
  • Stomach eversion in starfish, where prey is digested externally through an inside-out stomach, usually into a bivalve.
  • Sphere eversion, the mathematical process of smoothly turning a sphere inside out
  • Eversion (novel), an upcoming novel by Alastair Reynolds

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