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POLE. A measure of length, equal to five yards and a half. Vide Measure.

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Results for the MLangle at the occipital pole also revealed no statistically significant difference between loupes (M = .53, SD=6.06); t(24)= .084, p =.934 and not wearing loupes (M = .59, SD=6.48).
Dilatation of the frontal and occipital poles of the lateral ventricles is usually apparent.
They cerebellum, a primitive part of the brain located under the cerebrum, moves under the occipital poles of the cortex into a humanlike position, says Holloway.