convolution

[ kon-vuh-loo-shuhn ]SEE DEFINITION OF convolution

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Every convolution of those filaments is photographed on my brain.

Every fibre has its function, every convolution its purpose.

Every minute convolution had been followed to an incredible point of perfection.

It would, indeed, seem to be true that folded away in some convolution of our brain are the faculties of the fish and the bird.

Thus the skull becomes thinner at the site of every active organ, and thicker over every convolution that is inactive.

But it is not clear that this may not be a case of diminished complexity of convolution going hand in hand with smallness of size.

It was in other words to trace the figure in the carpet through every convolution, to reproduce it in every tint.

He regarded the organ of language as a convolution lying on the super-orbital plate, behind the position of the eyeball.

This convolution is comparatively defective in animals generally, but more developed in birds of superior vocal powers.

The brain is large, and in quantity and amount of convolution exceeds that of the land Carnivores.

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