Origin of pectoral sandpiper
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Even Ryan Reynolds got into the game, undergoing a radical pectoral transformation for The Green Lantern.
Mr. Couch adds that this was the first specimen of the Common Sandpiper he had had since he had been in the Islands.Birds of Guernsey (1879)|Cecil Smith
Emperor Ferdinand also visited it and left, as a votive offering, his gold pectoral chain on the altar.Mary, Help of Christians|Various
Both are pectoral and expectorant; and in large doses nauseant and emetic.
Phrynomerids and rhacophorine ranids lack epicoracoidal horns and have firmisternal pectoral girdles.
But, the dendrobatids possess firmisternal pectoral girdles and lack epicoracoidal horns.