Origin of cuboid
OTHER WORDS FROM cuboidsub·cu·boid, adjectivesub·cu·boi·dal, adjective
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Each cuboid has a volume of three cubic meters and contains 24,000 voxels.
Cuboids can be put together to make larger displays, with the largest thus far consisting of 6 cuboids and a corresponding 144,000 voxels.
In the tarsus the cuboid articulates with both the calcaneum and the astragalus, which is remarkably flat.
Two sesamoid bones are usually developed below each metatarso-phalangeal joint, and one below the cuboid.
In all mammals the tibiale and intermedium fuse to form the astragalus, and the fourth and fifth tarsalia to form the cuboid.
The cuboid always articulates with the astragalus, and the tarsal bones strongly interlock.
The tarsal bones have the regular Subungulate arrangement, the cuboid not articulating with the astragalus.