10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «TYMPANIES»
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As in Aulostoma, the great length of head is due to the prolongations of the
prefrontals, palatines, vomer, nasal, pterygoids, tympanies and hyoid bones,
constituting a tube terminated by the horizontal opening of the mouth. The
Zoological Society of London, 1857
Everyone in the room gasped. The music swelled as tympanies pounded in
unison with Starr Fortran's dancing digits. "How did you do that?" demanded
Algol, totally aghast. "Dobegin and Ifthenelse have disconnected the Amdahl and
Eocene and Oligocene Foraminifera From the Santa Cruz ...
in ventral aspect the anterior ends of the tympanies are slightly different, which
might indicate a portion that bore such a feature is missing. A longitudinal sulcus
runs discontinuously from posterior to anterior on the ventral surface of the ...
The decisions of the Court of Session: from its first ...
It is, however, no doubt lawful, and often practised, to raise the fore-walls into
tympanies or storm-gavels ; but it is not lawful, without a right of servitude, to
finish these tympanies so as to make the drop fall upon the adjacent tenement ;
Scotland. Court of Session, William Maxwell Morison, 1804
Research Bulletin - Saito Ho-on Kai Museum
From this point of view, the writers describe in this article, several tympanies
which are now in the collection of the Institute of Geology and Paleontology,
Faculty of Science, Tohoku University, Sendai, with the hope that this will
contribute to our ...
Saito ho-on Kai Museum, 1961
Hearing by Whales and Dolphins
Mysticete tympanies are typically twice the volume of the periotics. They are
hemispherical, resembling a truncated ostrich egg with exceptionally thick (>2cm)
walls of compact bone. Like the tympanies in odontocetes, they are partly fused
Whitlow W.L. Au, Arthur N. Popper, Richard R. Fay, 2000
Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London
In Pseudolestodon myloides both tympanies are present in the figure (of
Burmeister) reproduced by Ameghino (1889, pi. xlviii. fig. 4), while in another
figure the tympanic is absent (I. c. pi. xlv. fig. 3), which is also the case with Van
Zoological Society of London, 1931
... Bahnnoptera rostrata. Tympanic Bone. The small size of this bone in rostrata at
once distinguished it from the large tympanies of the other Balaenopteridae. I
have carefully compared the South Atlantic specimen with the tympanies of this ...
Royal Society of Edinburgh, 1915
Proceedings of the Royal Society of Edinburgh
From the study of these specimens I regard this cetacean as the species
Bakinoptera rostrata. Tympanic Bone. The small size of this bone in rostroia at
once distinguished it from the large tympanies of the other Balaenopteridaj. I
have carefully ...
12, 1887) has recognised tympanies of the same species, from the Red Crag
Nodule-bed of Suffolk, in the Ipswich Museum and in the British Museum (Oat.
Foss. Mamm., Part v., p. 39, 1887). Bal^noptera EMARGINATA, OWEN. Plate VI.,
Geological Survey of Great Britain, 1891
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"There were these massive tympanies and thunderous low frequency rolls. There were audible gasps from the audience in the room and the theater director was ... «Live Design, May 15»
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The album ends with “The Last Song,” a dynamic ballad that tries pulling the album to its full height: tympanies pounding, cymbals crashing and strings and ... «National Post, Apr 15»
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The distinctive drum sounds used here are very different from the much used tympanies and other orchestral drums normally used in films. The exotic cry of the ... «Huffington Post, Jan 15»
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That so retain'd contrary to Nature, it not only gives frequently great present Pain, but occasions future Diseases, such as habitual Cholics, Ruptures, Tympanies, ... «Philly.com, Aug 14»
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Porterville's Steve Lublin said he remembers Ms. Davis well, because as the Porterville Panther Band drummer, he played the tympanies, and remembers ... «Porterville Recorder, Jun 14»
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Stunning shots of overcast skies hanging low over packed stadiums are accompanied by tympanies rumbling and choral voices soaring as a perfect spiral sails ... «Baltimore Sun, Mar 13»
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Three drumsets, and various percussion instruments including hand drums, xylophones, tympanies, and a gong litter the room. A microphone locker containing ... «Crawford county avalanche, Jan 13»
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Billows of strings and woodwind rolled in over Daniel Rossen's vocals on 'Southern Point' while a rumble of tympanies supplemented drummer Christopher ... «Telegraph.co.uk, Nov 09»