hard bone

Translations

hard bone

n. hueso compacto.
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References in classic literature ?
Mistress Inchbare's hard bones showed themselves, like Mistress Inchbare's hard Presbyterianism, without any concealment or compromise.
Bullet testing media can yield excellent indicators of bullet performance, but it's difficult to replicate the complex mosaic of hard bone, solid muscle, and soft tissue a bullet encounters in game.
But like the Christian Soldiers that they were, they quickly reminded themselves of words of Hafiz that said: 'In the time of trouble, avert not thy face from hope, for the soft marrow abideth in the hard bone.' So they went on cracking the bone in order to get to the marrow.
They could not understand why the medieval remains were so scored, and why hard bone had been so deeply scarred.
Osteosarcoma can also produce a hard bone mass on the bone surface.
It sends a signal into the user's brain via the hard bone behind the ear and is designed to be worn for an hour a day.
Moreover, when a surgeon observes a hard bone during surgery, TC should be considered.
Osteotomy in hard bone requires high-speed drilling under a copious cooling system, in which case minimally irrigated low-speed drilling is out of the question.
The limb structure indicates that the youngsters took a long time to start adding hard bone to the initial soft cartilage, she says.
In a healthy adult, this softer bone is protected by surrounding older hard bone while mineralisation occurs.
The human body is not a consistent medium because it consists of hard bone, tough muscle, soft gelatin-like fat and fluid-filled regions.