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adjective as in median

adjective as in middle

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The ill-fated title hopefuls endured their latest setback Saturday, when Kevin Durant suffered a sprained medial collateral ligament in his left knee during an unfortunate chain reaction.

Two areas that are affected, the medial prefrontal cortex and the precuneus, typically suppress and control emotional experiences.

It measured the thickness of a part called the medial temporal lobe, which includes the hippocampus.

Asking what follows the word “person” activates the medial temporal lobe’s activity pattern for memories associated with that word.

That night Gasol hobbled off his home court with a torn medial collateral ligament in his left knee.

The aponeurosis crosses the medial side of the insertion of M. pterygoideus dorsalis medialis.

When the ends are brought together by rotation of these arytenoid cartilages, the medial surfaces touch.

The limestone cannot, therefore, be a part of the carboniferous or "medial."

In the Cherokee text both d and g have a medial sound, approximating the sounds of t and k respectively.

Apart from countless medial and transitional forms, there are still large numbers that do not fit in any one of these categories.


On this page you'll find 24 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to medial, such as: average, between, center, central, halfway, and innermost.

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