noun, plural pha·lan·ges [fuh-lan-jeez]. /fəˈlæn dʒiz/. Anatomy, Zoology.
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Rocket has a “cybernetic skeletal structure, enhanced phalange and metacarpal bones, and a genetically augmented cerebral cortex.”11 Things to Know About Bradley Cooper’s Rocket Raccoon in Guardians of the Galaxy|Marina Watts|February 19, 2014|DAILY BEAST
There was that innocently ignoble time Phoebe Buffay pretended she was a physician named Dr. Regina Phalange.Scandal’s Lisa Kudrow on Sexism in Politics (and That Epic Rant)|Kevin Fallon|November 14, 2013|DAILY BEAST
There is no evidence of a pulley joint between the metatarsal and the adjacent phalange.
The second phalange is concave at the upper articular end and convex in the longer direction at the lower end.
Society, on his scheme, is to be divided into departments or phalanges, each phalange numbering about 1600 persons.
Each phalange inhabits a phalanstre or common building, and has a certain portion of soil allotted to it for cultivation.
Great artists, great mechanicians, great writers—these belong to no phalange, but to humanity.