Fasting in Islam means not putting anything in any orifice of the body.
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They can corrode through whatever human tissue they contact if swallowed or stuck into an orifice, sometimes in a matter of hours.
The apertures are wide apart; one orifice is eight-lobed, the other six-lobed.
One may take a sheep's bladder into the orifice of which a tube is fastened.
She then thrusts her bill through the orifice and receives the food.
It was not difficult then to stop up the orifice with a little fat.
Wind instruments show the influence which the orifice and breadth of the bell has upon the strength of the tone.
Many of the travelers did not even move as they left the orifice.
The orifice by which they had originally come out of the earth was closed, and escape for them was impossible.
orifice or·i·fice (ôr'ə-fĭs)
An opening, especially to a cavity or passage of the body; a mouth or vent.