The shock I gave my spinal column in 1915 up in the Lakes undoubtedly re-awakened activity among the bacteria.
How much greater the shock, then, to feel it descending one's spinal column?
From this apparently a curvature of the spinal column results in the lumbar region.
The bullet, after traversing the left lung, lodged in the spinal column.
In a much higher proportion apparently than in modern days, the spinal column was involved.
Next we exercise the muscles which support the spinal column.
Balta said, and Murray felt the muzzle of the neuro-pistol on his spinal column.
Gadsby was happy; for, wasn't this a tonic for his spinal column?
We all know that the spinal column of vertebrates is formed to protect the spinal cord.
The skeleton of the hand is one-fifth of the length of the spinal column.
spinal column n.
The series of articulated vertebrae, separated by intervertebral disks and held together by muscles and tendons, that extends from the cranium to the coccyx, encasing the spinal cord and forming the supporting axis of the body. Also called backbone, rachis, spine, vertebral column.
See vertebral column.