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mental point

mental point in Medicine

mental point n.
See pogonion.

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  • From the mental point of view, there are also viragos and men with feminine instincts.

    The Sexual Question August Forel
  • Her mental point of view was as good and sound as her mother's.

    The "Genius" Theodore Dreiser
  • They simply cannot get inside the mental point of view of any other country.

    Memoirs of an American Prima Donna Clara Louise Kellogg
  • It was equally difficult to look steadily ahead from a mental point of view.

  • He stood a moment, tracing with mental point the line of her profile under the boyish cap pinned to her yellow hair.

    Ewing\'s Lady Harry Leon Wilson
  • These things, in a mental point of view, have degraded man below the more rational animals of the field.

    Religion In The Heavens Logan Mitchell

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