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Lateral radiographs may demonstrate an elongated styloid process or calcified stylohyoid ligament.
In addition, a second elongated crater lies to the north-northwest.
Legs I and II with set of numerous elongated spines on femur, tibia, and metatarsus.
Muscle tissues are made of elongated cells, called fibers, that contract and relax to produce movement.
So on each of these frames, there's a drawing where the actual leg is bent and elongated around his body,'' he continues.
the Pelestat line forms a matrix of elongated conductive domains within the host resin.
With a design that calls for 300 units on four acres in the heart of Brooklyn, the housing project is made up of three elongated interlocking curvilinear structures that rest upon a "green plinth" that comprises the building's base.
Because of aircraft vibration, the steel latches chafe and rub against the aluminum holes on the airframe and become elongated.
Whichever position is chosen, remember to work towards an elongated spine, rather than rounding or hunching.
Super Sani-Cloth and Sani-Cloth HB now come in an elongated 8" X 14" size.
Curtis's core musicians include keyboardist Julie Wolf, who alternates between heavy, elongated notes and finger-flying exuberance.