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LUNAR. That which belongs to the moon; relating to the moon as a lunar month. See Month.

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29), basandose en 974 pies a los que se les habia realizado la osteotomia proximal semilunar, la correccion media para el angulo HVA fue de 23,3[grados], con un CI de 21,4[grados]-25,2[grados] y con un [I.
These dates were chosen to collect larvae hatched during those presumed semilunar spawning periods Sampling began at 0630, an important time for determining foraging habits because this is the time when Atlantic silverside begin feeding for the day.
Faccio e Barroca (2014) apontaram o sitio Kandiri (municipio de Pacaembu, bacia do rio do Peixe) como filiado a tradicao Itarare, com a presenca de ceramica lisa e um fragmento de lamina de machado semilunar.
The external nares are slit like like opening in kenguri sheep whereas, comma shaped in ox (Hare, 1975b), buffalo (Dhingra and Kumar, 1978) and dog (Hare, 1975d), semilunar in horse (Hare, 1975a) and circular in pig (Hare, 1975c).
Non uniform loading of maxillary and mandibular arches due to crowding, premature contacts or prominance of tooth can be of hairline, cracks, straitions, saucer shaped or semilunar shapes.
These pressures, created by the contraction of cardiac muscle in the ventricle walls, control the opening and closing of the semilunar valves and thus the movement of blood from the left and right ventricles into the aorta and pulmonary trunk.
Entrainment of a semilunar rhythm by a simulated moonlight cycle in the terrestrial crab, Sesarma haematocheir.
Common arterial trunk is described as the presence of a single vessel with a semilunar valve, originating from the base of the heart serving as an outlet for both ventricles supplying blood to the systemic, pulmonary, and coronary circulations together with a VSD [2].
The significant regions are the postcentral gyrus, precentral gyrus, insula, inferior parietal lobule, transverse temporal gyrus, superior temporal gyrus, and inferior semilunar lobule in the grey matter and the postcentral gyrus, inferior parietal lobule, precentral gyrus, subgyrus, middle temporal gyrus, lingual gyrus, cuneus, and middle occipital gyrus in the white matter (Figure 6).
Although shape of cervicothoracic ganglion differs among species even according to right or left side of individuals and the shape is reported as oval, star, pear, semilunar and fusiform shaped in general (Getty, 1975; Kalsey et al.
This is a semilunar ossification developed on the pila metotica.
Dicha circunstancia ocasiona que determinados huesos del carpo esten excluidos de la muestra, o se documenten de forma totalmente testimonial, como sucede con el piramidal, el semilunar y el pisiforme, los cuales se mantendrian unidos al resto de la extremidad, conservando la conexion con el radio y la ulna.