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cra·ni·a

 (krā′nē-ə)
n.
A plural of cranium.
Translations

crania

pl de cranium
References in classic literature ?
I always ask leave, in the interests of science, to measure the crania of those going out there,' he said.
The scientists applied the powerful methods of 3-D geometric morphometrics to compare the shape of the LB1 cranium (the skull minus the lower jaw) to many fossil humans, as well as a large sample of modern human crania suffering from microcephaly and other pathological conditions.
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The fossilized crania of three hominids -- two adults and one child -- and skull pieces and teeth from seven other individuals found in Herto are believed to be about 60,000 years older than the fossils considered until now to have been the most aged modern human remains.
Investment in La Crania will total reach $600 million during the First three to four years.
166): 'The same interpretation may be applied to the Walbrook crania (Marsh & West 1981).