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Origin of squamosal
OTHER WORDS FROM squamosalsu·per·squa·mo·sal, adjective
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How to use squamosal in a sentence
The anterior (zygomatic) process of the squamosal is greatly reduced (only about one-third the length of the posterior process).
But the squamosal bone with which it always unites is in less close union with the brain case, and never covers the brain itself.
The superior arch always includes the squamosal bone, which is at the back of the single bar in mammals.
The squamosal is broad posteriorly but its anterior arm is slender and not in contact with the maxillary.
The squamosal of R. elegans is nearly triangular and notably different from that of Synaptotylus newelli.