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Usage examples for parietal

  1. The necessary conclusion from this can only be that we have before us two examples of real parietal division. – A Bilateral Division of the Parietal Bone in a Chimpanzee; with a Special Reference to the Oblique Sutures in the Parietal Bulletin of the AMNH, Vol. XIII, Article XXI, pp. 281-295, Dec. 31, 1900 by Ales Hrdlicka
  2. By width is meant the number of inches from side to side, from one parietal bone to the other; in other words, the parietal diameter. – The Ethnology of the British Colonies and Dependencies by Robert Gordon Latham
  3. It is united with the two parietal bones behind, and extends over the forehead to make the roofs of the sockets of the eyes. – A Practical Physiology by Albert F. Blaisdell
  4. Head presents no scars or injuries or evidence of injuries or irregularities of cranial bones; normal in shape, except measurements over left parietal bone from ear to median line at vertex is 1. 25 centimeters larger than the right. – The Attempted Assassination of ex-President Theodore Roosevelt by Oliver Remey Henry Cochems Wheeler Bloodgood
  5. There are no parietal muscles. – Freshwater Sponges, Hydroids & Polyzoa by Nelson Annandale
  6. Dissection: a slight blush pervaded the peritoneum; at least the parietal portion of it, for the coats of the stomach and intestines preserved their natural whiteness. – The American Reformed Cattle Doctor by George Dadd
  7. Our next halting place was Sarbagh, where we arrived on the 15th, after marching through a pleasant and fruitful valley, flanked by parallel belts of mountain land, the agreeable verdure relieving the eye from the barrenness of this, I may call it, parietal range. – A Peep into Toorkisthhan by Rollo Burslem
  8. Would you have any objection to my running my finger along your parietal fissure? – The Hound of the Baskervilles by A. Conan Doyle
  9. The parietal bones form the sides and roof of the skull. – A Practical Physiology by Albert F. Blaisdell
  10. Sagittal, the suture which connects the parietal bones of the skull. – A Manual of the Antiquity of Man by J. P. MacLean
  11. The layer in contact with the heart is referred to as the visceral layer, the outer layer in contact with surrounding organs is the parietal pericardium. – Surgical Anatomy by Joseph Maclise
  12. 223. The class of officers called Proctors was instituted at Harvard College in the year 1805, their duty being " to reside constantly and preserve order within the walls," to preserve order among the students, to see that the laws of the College are enforced, " and to exercise the same inspection and authority in their particular district, and throughout College, which it is the duty of a parietal Tutor to exercise therein." – A Collection of College Words and Customs by Benjamin Homer Hall
  13. The bullet ranging upward, and making its exit through the parietal bone, let in the light on Doc's hitherto darkened intellect in more ways than one. – The Heart of the Range by William Patterson White
  14. I see them shaking their fists in the face of the parietal tutor. – A Collection of College Words and Customs by Benjamin Homer Hall
  15. Parietal muscles Transverse muscles running round the inner wall of the zooecium. – Freshwater Sponges, Hydroids & Polyzoa by Nelson Annandale
  16. " It certainly sounds serious enough," commented I. " Is the parietal a part of his upper- works?" – The Paternoster Ruby by Charles Edmonds Walk
  17. The coronal suture is partly open on the left, and wholly open on the right, up to a point a little below the middle of the anterior border of the parietal bone. – A Bilateral Division of the Parietal Bone in a Chimpanzee; with a Special Reference to the Oblique Sutures in the Parietal Bulletin of the AMNH, Vol. XIII, Article XXI, pp. 281-295, Dec. 31, 1900 by Ales Hrdlicka
  18. It arises from the parietal crest, and is inserted into the internal surface of the concha. – Artistic Anatomy of Animals by Édouard Cuyer

Rhymes for parietal

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