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- Laminae now assume emus saw one animal.
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by Voichita Bucur
The defect present between two laminae is a barrier to the heat flow. The heat flow, which produces an image ...
by Christopher C. Pollitt
Ameliorating the ongoing deleterious force of the horse's weight on the injured laminae is a very challenging problem in laminitis. The upward ground force and the downward weight interact primarily at the laminar interface when the horse is ...
The American Blacksmith (1920)
A Practical Journal of Blacksmithing and Wagonmaking
The sensitive laminae is a membrane highly charged with bloodvessels which extends from the coronet to the plantar surface in a large number—-500 to 600— folds or leaves. Each leaf dove-tails into corresponding horny leaves of the ...
The sensitive laminae is a membrane highly charged with bloodvessels which extends from the coronet to the plantar surface in a large number — 500 to 600 — folds or leaves. Each leaf dove-tails into corresponding horny leaves of the ...
Farm Chemicals (1897)
Oftentimes between two laminae is a soft, coarsely-grained, dark- brown earth, becoming very unctious when rubbed with the finger. This is the alumina which detracts from the value of the phosphate. Fortunately the quantity of this is not ...
Integument of Arthropods (1999)
by Lucy Richards
limits to which they were resolved, but in this species the obvious intercalation of new laminae is a warning against using the laminae as landmarks. 1° Old ideas which have only historic significance include the THE PROCUTICLE 179.
by Dave Millwater
The primary horny laminae appear as a continuous series of fine ridges extending from the inside surface of the hoof wall. Each “ridge” runs all the way from the top of the wall at the coronary ...
Encyclopedia of Dinosaurs (1997)
by Philip J. Currie, Kevin Padian
The neural spine is low and, in most taxa, connected to the pre- and postzygapophyses by paired supra-prezygapophyseal and supra- postzygapophyseal laminae. In taxa that do not possess bifurcated neural spines, a ligament scar for ...
The Edinburgh encyclopedia (1832)
by Sir David Brewster
to laminae. Axis of prism. Plate of axis in that diag. Natrolite. Serpentine. Hyposulphite of lime. Axis of prism. Cleaveabl* diagonal of its square base. , Perp. to laminae. Perp. to plates. Axis of acutcrhomb. Perp. to plates. Perp. to hexag.
by John William Ballantyne
From the alar laminae, the nuclei of the sensory roots of some of the cranial 1 Some embryologists maintain that there are six. nerves, the nuclei of Goll and Bur - dach, and the olivary bodies. (d) From the basal laminae, the nuclei of the ...
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Scrabble value of L1A1M3I1N1A1E1
The value of this 7-letter word is 9 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
Anagrams of LAMINAE
What do you get if you rearrange the letters?
- A A MILNE
- A. A. MILNE
- A.A. MILNE
- ALIEN MA
- MIA NEAL
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