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The bullet had burst her C5 vertebra, but, remarkably, the round had tumbled millimeters past her major arteries and narrowly missed severing her spine.Two kids, a loaded gun and the man who left a 4-year-old to die|John Woodrow Cox|September 27, 2021|Washington Post
It introduced readers to Tina Brooks, a former police officer who fractured a vertebra in her back and damaged three others in her neck when she plunged 15 feet down a steep quarry while training for bicycle patrol.Loan Forgiveness for Disabled Borrowers Was 10 Years in the Making|by Stephen Engelberg|September 8, 2021|ProPublica
It includes five percussion speeds and comes with five heads, including a fork head to get muscles close to the vertebrae.Best back massager: Target your sore spots and release that tension for sweet relief|Irena Collaku|August 12, 2021|Popular-Science
Large bone fragments and teeth appear to be well-preserved, but smaller bones like vertebrae or thin rib bones likely didn’t survive as well.To find answers about the 1921 race massacre, Tulsa digs up its painful past|Helen Thompson|May 27, 2021|Science News
These vertebrae also preserve annual growth bands, like the rings of a tree, showing how the fish grew.Newborn megalodon sharks were larger than most adult humans|Carolyn Gramling|January 12, 2021|Science News
I have no idea when the second vertebra went out during the battle.
One vertebra had given way in Ganjigal when I picked up an Askar and slipped in the bloody mud under him.
Such a contrivance would save his feet, check his perspiration, and console his dorsal vertebra.Our Churches and Chapels|Atticus
But I also find the petrified vertebra of an antediluvian animal upon which the Trojans have carved a large owls head.Troy and its Remains|Henry (Heinrich) Schliemann
The ball passed through the liver and diaphragm, and lodged in the vertebra.Great Events in the History of North and South America|Charles A. Goodrich
Pleurapoph′ysis, a lateral process of a vertebra, with the morphological character of a rib:—pl.
Probably not; and more especially if it is a lumbar artery, and injured in the foramen through which it passes from the vertebra.Report on Surgery to the Santa Clara County Medical Society|Joseph Bradford Cox