Then fenestra must have done something which made the others angry.
“fenestra always keeps the cave padlocked,” revealed Tillie.
Several branches diverge from the nerve immediately after it emerges from the fenestra.
Knowing that it came from the fenestra house, she used it as a beacon to guide her.
Care must be taken not to injure the surface of the promontory, or the region of the fenestra ovalis and fenestra rotunda.
“fenestra has been very nervous since I came here,” Mrs. Weems contributed.
fenestra answered it, and when he came back into the kitchen he was in a dreadful temper.
No, Lou, we should have guessed long ago that fenestra is an ex-sailor.
Care must be taken not to work above the region of the fenestra ovalis or the facial nerve will probably be injured.
The upper of the two, or fenestra ovalis, contains the base of a bone, known in the Sauropsida and Amphibia as the columella.
fenestra fe·nes·tra (fə-něs'trə)
n. pl. fe·nes·trae (-trē')
A small anatomical opening, often closed by a membrane.
The opening in a bone made by surgical fenestration.
A specialized opening, as in a surgical instrument.