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falx

 (fălks, fôlks)
n. pl. fal·ces (făl′sēz′, fôl′-)
A sickle-shaped anatomical structure.

[Latin, sickle.]

falx

(fælks)
n
1. (Anatomy) any sickle-shaped anatomical structure
2. (Tools) a sickle-shaped tool or weapon
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This year's challenge was set by Dr Jerry Toner, director of studies in classics at Churchill College, Cambridge and highly regarded writer of the best-selling "Marcus Sidonius Falx Trilogy.
EF662264 EF662138 Trichadenotecnum album AY374637 AY374587 Trichadenotecnum castum AY374624 AY374574 Trichadenotecnum circularoides AY374623 AY374573 Trichadenotecnum corniculum AY374626 AY374576 Trichadenotecnum desolatum EF662263 EF662137 Trichadenotecnum falx AY374628 AY374578 Trichadenotecnum furcalingum AY374627 AY374577 Trichadenotecnum fuscipenne AY374629 AY374579 Trichadenotecnum incognitum AY374636 AY374586 Trichadenotecnum latebrachium AY374634 AY374584 Trichadenotecnum mixtum AY374633 AY374583 Trichadenotecnum nothoapertum AY374632 AY374582 Trichadenotecnum quaesitum EF662262 EF662136 Trichadenotecnum yamatomajus AY374631 AY374581 Taxa 18s COI Amphigerontia jezoensis AY630546 EF662067 Amphigerontia sp.
The clinical findings that may be observed in this syndrome include odontogenic keratocysts in the jaw, which generally develop in the first 30 years of life, basal cell carcinomas (BCC) from early childhood, palmar and plantar pits, falx cerebri calcification, frontal bossing, macrocephaly, broad nasal bridge, mild mandibular prognatism, vertebral anomalies, cleft palate, cleft lip, highly arched palate, eye anomalies, and tumors including medullablastoma and fibromas in the ovaries and heart (2).
Enlarged posterior fossa with the upward displacement of falx, lateral sinuses and torcula 3.
A minor cephalad adjustment was then made to obtain the POF image [Figure 2], which is characterized by the presence and shape of the white matter fibers and falx cerebrum (looking like a “III”).
Outlining the personal characteristics that have made the Romans the most successful people in history, Falx shows how you too can learn from their example.
The orientation and localization is confirmed with the falx, the pericallosal vessels and the cingulum (8,21,59).
o 1), considerados por algunos investigadores cateias--especie de bumeran galo--, hoces, hoces guerreras o falx, planteandose que hayan podido emplearse como armas de caracter ritual (Guadan, 1979: 73).
Nevoid basal cell carcinoma syndrome (NBCCS) is characterized by multiple jaw keratocysts, basal cell carcinomas, macrocephaly, facial milia, skeletal anomalies, and ectopic calcification of the falx.
Head Circumference: It was made by taking an axial section of foetal head in which falx cerebri, cavum septum pellucidum, thalamus or cerebral peduncles were included.
Extra-axial cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) spaces over the left cerebral convexity were prominent, and there was a shifting of the midline falx towards the left side.