cranium

[ krey-nee-uh m ]SEE DEFINITION OF cranium

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Galusha raised a hand in bewildered fashion and felt of his cranium.

But on this 1916 trip some faint glimmering must have penetrated the density of my cranium.

There was nothing slow about the grey matter in her cranium.

Frederick Seward suffered intensely from a fracture of the cranium.

It is now well proportioned, the bones of the cranium, formerly flat, are arched.

The principal significance lies in the tooth and the cranium.

He expresses the rule thus: face anterior, cranium posterior.

His cranium was chock full of entertaining reminiscence, too.

The cranium is of unusual size, and of a long elliptical form.

The other or second position of the cranium is, where the left side of the head presents.

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