spinal marrow n.
See spinal cord.
Would one or two more judicious tugs have fitted the dislocated bones together again, or would they have broken the spinal marrow?
The martyr howled as if his spinal marrow were being extracted.
They were developed from the worms by the formation of a spinal marrow and a chorda dorsulis.
The brain, you know, becomes heated, and it does something to the spinal marrow.
The first slowly hardens and destroys the spinal marrow, the second the brain.
Well, there's the spinal marrow where you found it just now.
Chilled to the spinal marrow, I watched the gray lights whiten in the east.
There a bullet hit him in the neck, striking the spinal marrow.
Donizetti, a year before his death, had lost all his faculties, in consequence of a softening of the spinal marrow.
Don't you suppose the whole thing's written on my spinal marrow?