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OTHER WORDS FROM cephalicce·phal·i·cal·ly, adverbpost·ce·phal·ic, adjectivepro·ce·phal·ic, adjectiveun·ce·phal·ic, adjective
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During the Bronze Age the cephalic index rises all over middle and western Europe.The New Stone Age in Northern Europe|John M. Tyler
Between the cephalic enlargements and the tail-swellings is situated the rudimentary trunk of the embryo.
E appears to be a little abnormal in not having the cephalic region so distinctly marked off from the trunk as is usual.
The amnion forms a small fold covering over the cephalic extremity of the embryo, which is deeply embedded in the yolk.
By the close of this stage the full number of post-cephalic segments has become established.