TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «ANSATE»
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10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «ANSATE»
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Evolution of the Horse Brain
slightly arched transverse sulcus—an ansate, from which the coronalis extends
forward at right angles. As is the case with the cruciate, this other transverse
sulcus too is more markedly dorsal in M esohippus than in Equus—so much so
histological studies on the localisation of cerebral function
In the summarised account of his examination of the magnificent collection of
brains in the Royal College of Surgeons' Museum, I notice that Dr Elliot Smith
credits the ansate fissure with becoming the sulcus postcentralis superior, and it
Alfred Walter Campbell, 1936
The Journal of Physiology
further it is shallower than the ansate is in the normal brain, and lastly there is not
infrequently in the position of this fissure (d) a short transverse fissure behind the
ansate which may be connected with the lateral. On the whole however I am ...
The Roman inscriptions of Britain: Instrumentum domesticum ...
.]BR There are slight signs of wear. Britannia i (1970), 312 No. 30. Marsden,
TLMAS xxvii (1976), 61 No. 55 with fig. 24.55. stamped within an ansate frame: P-
PR-BR p(rocuratores) pr(ovinciae) Br(itanniae) 'The procurators of the province of
Robin George Collingwood, R. P. Wright, Sheppard Sunderland Frere, 1993
Magical Practice in the Latin West: Papers from the ...
Only two British tablets are ansate: these are Caerleon (Text-fig. 5), which (to
quote the editors) “has two nail-holes for attachment”, and Bath 15, which was
nonetheless folded up and deposited in the hot spring. In being thus deposited, ...
Richard Lindsay Gordon, Francisco Marco Simón, 2010
Ages Past: The Isolation
Sown to an upper left sleeve of a brown jump suit was the symbol of an Ansate
Cross. Holstered on his right leg, rested a weapon shaped like the Ansate Cross.
A racially mixed crew was mostly human. A navigational officer, weapons ...
Midline Medical Dictionary
... the inferior cervical or first thoracic ganglion and passing in front of the
subclavian artery. au^M^ Ansae. Plural of Ansa. Ansate. See Ansiform. Ansiform.
Of the form of a loop; ansate. MI«ll*K; Antacid. An alkali that neutralises acidity;
Breathe, Walk and Chew: The Neural Challenge
Cats were trained in the same tasks as used in our lesion experiments and a
recording chamber was placed over the ansate sulcus. Neuronal recordings
were made from neurons in layer V of the cortex, including some antidromically ...
Jean-Pierre Gossard, 2011
An Inventory of the Ancient Monuments in Wales and ...
Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Wales. Parish of
MAENTWILOGI 4. _JMARC within ansate frame. In 1804 Fenton saw the stone “
at the east end in the Wall ” of Maentwrog church and read JMARC (Tour, p. 45).
Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Wales, 1921
Artefacts in Roman Britain: Their Purpose and Use
Blank'centurial'stoneshavealso been found – the panel indicated by a scratched
outline or recessed ansate panel–becausetheywere notused,orperhapswere
only painted. Awooden ansate panel, not incised but presumably once painted
Lindsay Allason-Jones, 2011