Origin of vertebral
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Examples from the Web for vertebral
But these young women all suffered a rare kind of stroke caused by a vertebral artery dissection, or VAD.A Stroke That Hits Young Women
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What Christian experience wants is thread, a vertebral column, method.Pax Vobiscum
He divides the vertebral columns into cervical, dorsal, and lumbar portions.Fathers of Biology
The vertebral centra are unossified, and the tail is strongly heterocercal.
This includes the vertebral column, the skull, and the ribs and sternum.
The vertebral column is very long, consisting of some sixty vertebrae.
Word Origin and History for vertebral
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper
- Of, relating to, or of the nature of a vertebra.
- Having or consisting of vertebrae.
- Having a spinal column.
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