TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «GLOSSAL»
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10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «GLOSSAL»
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FOREWORD. THE. WELCOME. TABLE. While I have always been a proud
mother, among my many confessions is that I am also somewhat of literary snob. I
don't care who wrote it, for me to endorse a work, it must be GOOD! This book is
Experience: A Poetic Love Story
Story. Of. My. Heart. If my heart could tell a tale or two, It will tell a story of me and
you, Of a bleeding heart and fallen stars, Of a wounded soul adorned with scars,
If my heart could tell a tale or two, It would quote the words of vulnerability, Of a ...
The anatomy of the human body: Ed. by Granville Sharp ...
supposed that this filament is derived from the hypo-glossal, then it is directed
towards the roots of the first cervical nerve. Opposite to the anterior border of the
hyo-glossus it gives off a very remarkable anastomotic branch, which forms an
Jean Cruveilhier, Granville Sharp Pattison, William Herries Madden, 1853
Nearly all members of the family are easily characterized by glossal features not
found in other bees. These features are found in all colletid females; as noted
below, some of them are not found in certain males (see Sees. 20, 21). The
Charles Duncan Michener, 2000
An elementary treatise on human anatomy
The Hyo-glos'sal muscle1 is a quadrilateral plane of fibres arising from the great
horn and body of the hyoid bone, and ascending to expand in the side of the
tongue, between the stylo-glossal and lingual muscles. The Geui'o-glos'sal
... as great a variety of motility as the tongue. Without going into a minute
description of the glossal muscles, let it suffice to say that by their united and
individual contractile efi'orts this organ is susceptible of every possible variety of
motion, viz., ...
The tonsils first appear in the fourth month of intra-uterine life, as a bunch of
round cells, lying in a furrow between the palato-glossal and palatopharyngeal
arches of the embryo (Paterson2). This furrow is, in early fcetal life, continuous
George Frederick Shrady, Thomas Lathrop Stedman, 1902
A Demonstration of the Nerves of the Human Body
... the stylo-hyoideal, and then in front of the hyo-glossal ; it communicates with
the gustatory nerve : it gives a filament to the sublingual gland ; it gives filaments
to the stylo-glossal muscle, the hyo-glossal, the lingual, and the genio-hyo-
Contributions of the American Entomological Institute
these families in various features to the colletid subfamily Diphaglossinae.
TABLE 1 Synapomorphies (with corresponding plesiomorphies in parentheses)
for some glossal characters of bees. Numbers in parentheses refer to paragraphs
Glossal. atoms (A-temz) The smallest parts into which matter can be broken down
. billion (BIL-yun) 1,000 millions. castles (KA-suIz) Buildings with high walls.
chemicals (KEH-mih-kuIz) Matter that can be mixed with other matter to cause ...
Elisabeth D'Aubuisson, 2007
5 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «GLOSSAL»
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Bees Drink with Expandable Mop Tongues
Erection pattern and section-wise wettability of a honeybee's glossal hairs in nectar feeding. The Journal of experimental biology PMID: ... «Discover Magazine, Jan 15»
Ibn Rushd on Anatomy
... and ramified in the tongue: he is describing accurately the twelfth nerve (hypo-glossal). He describes as accurately as modern anatomy does, ... «Onislam.net, Sep 13»
Case #251: A 44-year-old woman with mandibular swelling
Orange arrows: palatal-glossal airway. True or False. Green arrows: maxillary sinus. True or False. White arrow: well-circumscribed lesion. True or False. Prev. «DrBicuspid, Jan 12»
Oncologic Emergencies and Paraneoplastic Syndromes
... physical findings. These include laryngeal or glossal edema, mental status changes, and pleural effusion (more commonly on the right side). «Cancer Network, Dec 11»
APSS: Strength Training Improves Sleep Apnea
A possible mechanism by which strength training might help sleep apnea in these patients is the strengthening of pharyngeal and glossal ... «MedPage Today, Jun 10»