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Another set of fossils from Morocco has been dated to 315,000 years old, although Vidal says they do not possess certain features found in Omo I and later humans, including the tall cranium and chin.Eastern Africa’s oldest human fossils are more ancient than we realized|Kate Baggaley|January 12, 2022|Popular-Science
There was no way to excavate the cranium quickly without breaking it.The Beloved Mesolithic Girl - Issue 109: Excavation|Jamie Hodgkins|December 15, 2021|Nautilus
In 1953, a Harvard psychologist thought he discovered pleasure—accidentally—within the cranium of a rat.Drugs, Robots, and the Pursuit of Pleasure: Why Experts Are Worried About AIs Becoming Addicts|Thomas Moynihan|September 17, 2021|Singularity Hub
He placed his gun underneath her chin and fired it “up into the cranium.”Thanksgiving Day Horror: Minnesota Teens Killed in Alleged Break-In|Matthew DeLuca|November 28, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Old Sanders tapped with both hands on his shining cranium and asked, Are you confident he loves her?
And old Sanders again tapped in the rhythm of a dirge on his parchment-bound cranium.
Suddenly the old man beat a tattoo on his cranium and closed his eyes, apparently deep in thought.
The cranium has a low, depressed arch, with a very narrow frontal region and highly developed superciliary ridges.
Seventh, his great thickness of cranium, which resists blows that would break the skull of an average European.
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Cultural definitions for cranium
The part of the skull that encloses the brain.