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For the past several months, coaches at EXOS training camp in Phoenix have used skeletal tracking software by Intel in a move that gives coaches and players ways to judge an athlete’s performance other than with their naked eyes.

The material, massaged into a skeletal narrative by Michael Breslin and Patrick Foley, was handed over to a capable team including director Lucy Moss, orchestrator Macy Schmidt, music supervisor Daniel Mertzlufft and choreographer Ellenore Scott.

Neandertals must have inherited those skeletal features rather than developing them as their bodies grew, says a team led by paleobiologist Daniel García-Martínez of the National Research Center on Human Evolution in Burgos, Spain.

Exercise also affects blood vessels and blood flow, bone and skeletal structure, which combined are bound to impact mental processes.

A lot of Joyner’s research is about how physical activity increases blood flow to skeletal muscles.

Once emblematic of American military muscle, the outposts are now skeletal shells.

What stories the skeletal remains of our century will tell remains to be seen.

This is contrasted with the human skeletal system, which is classified as an endoskeleton.

Rocket has a “cybernetic skeletal structure, enhanced phalange and metacarpal bones, and a genetically augmented cerebral cortex.”

The Instamatic flashes etched cruel skeletal shadows on his sagging face.

Their limbs were truly skeletal, and curiously I tugged the white robe from the strange insect body as I followed the prince.

Such are the appearances presented under the microscope by skeletal or striped muscles such as those of the larynx.

The muscular mechanisms used by the singer and speaker are of the skeletal variety.

A flat blade of metal transversed it, one side twisting into the ground where skeletal girders shown beneath ripped plating.

Iimmi started out first on the skeletal, twisted structure that descended to the glowing pit.


On this page you'll find 39 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to skeletal, such as: bony, emaciated, atrophied, attenuated, cadaverous, and drawn.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.