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  • This makes them the oldest known footprints of an anatomically-modern human.
  • The guard holding the lance is depicted sitting in an anatomically impossible pose, and appears to have no legs.
  • FACS is an anatomically based system for describing all observable facial movement for every emotion.
  • A different, and far rarer, type of discordance occurs if parents raise an anatomically normal boy as if a girl, or vice versa.
  • Winchell posits that if the tree described were to be a single human being it would be "an anatomically deformed one."
  • There have also been rare instances where parents (for a variety of reasons) have reared an anatomically typical child as if he or she were of the opposite gender.
  • MMS is technically possible if the DFSP is in an anatomically confined area.
  • An anatomically preserved cone of Williamsonia has been discovered in Campanian rocks of Vancouver Island.
  • The crown is enclosed within bone before the tooth erupts, but after eruption the crown is almost always visible in an anatomically normal and clinically healthy mouth.
  • An anatomically correct doll or anatomically precise doll is a doll with some of the primary and secondary sex characteristics of a human.
  • Additionally, a 1989 paper she co-authored describing an anatomically derived model of basal ganglia disorders has been cited over 2000 times.
  • The "Nude Puppet" figure is an anatomically correct blonde bombshell although she is often clothed while on stage.
  • Some experts in the field believe that it is important to make sure the sacroiliac joint is in an anatomically correct position prior to fixation or fusion, but published research contradicts this belief.
  • At one point during attract mode detailed instructions are given by a woman in Greek style dress and an anatomically correct male cherub character similar to a cupid but without the bow and arrow.
  • Currently the term diaschisis is used to describe a depression of regional neuronal metabolism and cerebral blood flow caused by dysfunction in an anatomically separate but functionally related neuronal region.
  • Glabrousness (from Latin glaber = bald, hairless) is the technical term for an anatomically atypical lack of hair, down, or similar structures.
  • As it has no bronchi, veins and arteries of its own, it is not a true, or even accessory, pulmonary lobe, but rather an anatomically separated part of the upper lobe.
  • Dean Pelton decides that Annie should conduct a condom demonstration on an anatomically correct model of a penis center stage at the STD Fair.
  • Leena thinks Pete is kind of sexy, and when Pete interacts with an anatomically accurate virtual reality version of Leena, he can't keep his eyes off her breasts.
  • Researchers at Columbia University have grown an anatomically correct human jawbone from stem cells, though it was solid bone without the normal accessory tissues such as bone marrow, cartilage, or a connectable blood supply.
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