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Disarticulated

Definition of the adjective Disarticulated

What does Disarticulated mean as an attribute of a noun?

adjective

  1. See disjointed.

Definition of the verb Disarticulated

What does Disarticulated mean as a doing word?

verb

  1. past of disarticulate

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Google previewEncyclopedia of Education and Human Development (2015)

by Stephen J. Farenga, Immanuel Ness

®disarticulated. elements of Black radical demands for restructuring of school knowledge and rearticulated these elements into more reformist professional discourses around issues of minority failure, cultural characteristics, and language proficiency ̄ (1993a, 228). Multicultural proponents emphasize: (1) cultural understanding, (2) cultural competence, and (3) cultural emancipation. We are what we know. Linking knowledge and identity, Louis A. Castenell Jr. and William F. Pinar ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Dinosaurs (1997)

by Philip J. Currie, Kevin Padian

preserves the disarticulated remains of at least seven ceratopsian FIGURE 2 Skeletal reconstruction of the tyrannosaurid, Tyrannosaurus rex. dinosaurs ( Einiosaurus procurvicornis). only one dinosaur bone bed that preserves a diverse array of dinosaur taxa has been exhumed and studied (Varricchio, 1995). All bone beds currently known within the Two Medicine Formation occur in fine- grained sediments that were deposited in ancient floodplain or abandoned stream channel ...

Google previewEncyclopedic Dictionary of Archaeology (2013)

by Barbara Ann Kipfer

Isernia: ALower Palaeolithic site incentral Italywith many disarticulated animal bonesassociated withstone tools and dating to c.730,000 BP.In modern times, itoriginated asAesernia, atown of theSamnites and later became a Romancolony. (syn.La Pineta) Isfahan: A cityin Iran,which wasa Parthian provincial capital andpossibly occupied throughout the Sassanian period,the central province of theancient pre–Islamic Iranian empires. The Great Mosqueof Isfahan was oneofthe most ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Forensic Science (2012)

by Suzanne Bell

disarticulated joint Limbs or joints that have become separated from a body. As soft tissues such as ligaments and tendons decay or are torn, the joints come apart and the bones can become scattered, either by natural processes or by animals (scavengers). A corpse may also be purposely disarticulated to hide or otherwise dispose ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Quaternary Science (2013)

by Scott Elias, Cary Mock

has been criticized because they excluded evidence for megafauna survival well after 46 ka, including many archaeological sites, which, inevitably, contain disarticulated remains of animals that were hunted (Johnson, 2005). However, if the abundance of a megafauna species was very low and the species was being actively sought out by hunters, then archaeological sites would likely havea much greater chanceof recordingtheir presence than nonarchaeological sitessuch as ...

Google previewThe Wiley Blackwell Encyclopedia of Anglo-Saxon England (2013)

by Michael Lapidge, John Blair, Simon Keynes, Donald Scragg

Fifty metres west of the church, outside the Viking defences, a mass burialof the disarticulated remains of atleast 249 individuals was found under a mound, laid in asunken chamber converted out of a preexisting AngloSaxon building, perhaps itself a mortuary chapel. This deposit was datedby a further five silver pennies which can beascribed on numismatic grounds aloneto c.873–4, the precise period ofthewintering the Great ArmyatRepton recorded in the* AngloSaxon Chronicle.

Google previewGrabb's Encyclopedia of Flaps: Upper Extremities, Torso, Pelvis, and Lower Extremities (2015)

by Berish Strauch, Luis O. Vasconez, Charles K. Herman, Bernard T. Lee

The toe may be either disarticulated at the metatarsophalangeal joint or divided more proximally in the metatarsal. Some of the metatarsal must nevertheless be removed to allow primary donor site closure. Some attempt should also be made to repair the intermetatarsal ligament between the third and big toes, to prevent splaying of the foot.

Google previewHistorical Dictionary of Algeria (2006)

by Phillip C. Naylor

The extroverted, “disarticulated” colonial economy needed a total reorientation. The FLN's socialist intentions inferred state planning and projected, in the long- term, the introversion of an integrated national economy. With the untapped potential of Saharan hydrocarbons, the outlook appeared promising. In the short- term, however, the flight of colonial cadres and capital severely dislocated the economy. Furthermore, the close postcolonial ties to France, perpetuated by the policy of ...

Google previewLexicon of Musical Invective (2000)

Critical Assaults on Composers Since Beethoven's Time by Nicolas Slonimsky

The musical speech, disarticulated, deprived of grammar and syntax, devoid of 20 Lexicon of Musical Invective.

Google previewThe New Sydenham Society's Lexicon of Medicine and the Allied Sciences (1888)

(based on Mayne's Lexicon) by Henry Power, Leonard William Sedgwick

It may be performed in various ways : by antero-posterior flaps, in which the limb is transfixed by a long knife entering a little below the anterior superior spine of the ilium and coming out near the tuber ischii, so as to make an anterior flap six or eight inches long, the joint is then opened, the bone disarticulated, and the posterior flap, about four inches long, made; or by the oval method, in which an incision is made on the outer side of the limb down to the bone, beginning about two ...

Google previewThe International Encyclopedia of Communication Theory and Philosophy, 4 Volume Set (2016)

by Robert T. Craig

Relations are arbitrary in the sense that links can, under certain conditions, be broken (disarticulated) and under certain other conditions connected differently (rearticulated). Connections are contingent in the sense that the ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Dental Science, Biography, Bibliography and Medical Terminology (1849)

by Chapin A. HARRIS

An incision was first made upon the ramus, and then carried forward to the canine tooth; this was removed, the soft parts separated, and the bone disarticulated, thus removing more than one-third of the bone. The second operation was performed for the removal of an osteo-sarcomatous tumor, extending from the first molaris, on one side, to the corresponding tooth on the other, which extended back in the mouth so as greatly to impede the motions of the tongue, and down to the 0s ...

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Scrabble value of D2I1S1A1R1T1I1C3U1L1A1T1E1D2

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