disarticulated


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dis·ar·tic·u·late

 (dĭs′är-tĭk′yə-lāt′)
v. dis·ar·tic·u·lat·ed, dis·ar·tic·u·lat·ing, dis·ar·tic·u·lates
v.tr.
To separate at the joints; disjoint.
v.intr.
To become disjointed.

dis′ar·tic′u·la′tion n.
dis′ar·tic′u·la′tor n.
Translations

disarticulated

a. desarticulado-a, dislocado-a, rel. a un hueso separado de la articulación.
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A whole new world emerged with distorted and disarticulated human figures; often with missing limbs and altered facial characteristics, and sometimes all merged into each other, creating convoluted multi-layered images.
These authors emphasized the contradictions between the discourse in favor of PHC and the maintenance of the goals of building new hospitals submitted to each new management, classifying as "discontinuous and disarticulated" the initiatives to strengthen PHC until then.
The foot was 'disarticulated', which is a natural way for it to come away from a body with no trauma to the foot.
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These disarticulated human remains are known as charnel (hence charnel house) and the most recognisable elements are skulls.
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Archaeologists look at human bodies during the Neolithic period from such perspectives as both permeable and partible: exploring the body world of Early Neolithic southern Britain, life on the frontier: stress in early farming communities, articulating the disarticulated: human remains from the Early Neolithic of the eastern Fertile Crescent (eastern Iraq and western Iran), and stone bodies between social constructions and ontology: the Copper Age statues-menhirs from the central Alps.
Their goal was to put together a monograph in which consistently oriented, disarticulated shell valves of the larval and post-larval stages of these bivalve molluscs were imaged under a scanning electron microscope in an effort to document accurately shell morphologic and morphometric features that could be used to assist in the identification of the early life-history stages of a wide spectrum of bivalves isolated from planktonic and benthic samples.
The law-enforcement agency described the foot as "disarticulated" -- that is to say, disconnected from the human body to which it had belonged.
"We had the extraordinary luck to find a nearly complete, disarticulated rhinoceros," said Thomas Ingicco, a palaeoanthropologist at France's National Museum of Natural History and lead author of the study.
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