anteriorly

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  • These on average strongly increase in length to the front meanwhile becoming more anteriorly directed.
  • In man the normal method of male approach is anteriorly, face to face. Cited from Studies in the Psychology of Sex, Volume 5 (of 6), by Havelock Ellis
  • Eyes of the animal are small and placed anteriorly.
  • These stripes are usually more evident anteriorly; they become more faded near the tail.
  • Anteriorly, it has a pattern of dark crossbands on a light ground color.
  • The third genus Rhabdogaster has no such distinct head, though the body may be swollen anteriorly.
  • It can also develop in females when the urethra develops too far anteriorly.
  • Adult males have a yellow head and a dark red body with several large, whitish spots anteriorly.
  • Both jaws contain bands of small teeth, with the bands becoming wider anteriorly.
  • The specific name refers to how the large dorsal fin is placed more anteriorly in comparison to the other species.
  • It is the first structure observed when the abdominal cavity is opened anteriorly.
  • The border furrow is distinct and wide anteriorly, and the border distinct and narrow.
  • The second line is white, edged with some black scales anteriorly.
  • Bar-opening triangular, a little larger than a lateral scale, with three or four short lobules anteriorly.
  • This pattern usually breaks up anteriorly, resulting in spots of both colors.
  • The cap-like shell is high and broad anteriorly.
  • The smaller left arch passes anteriorly and to the left of the trachea in the usual position.
  • The head is short and anteriorly depressed with a sharp snout and small mouth.
  • It is convex anteriorly and projects forward from the sclerotic in the same manner that a watch glass does from its case. Cited from Mother's Remedies, by T. J. Ritter
  • The skin flap is then elevated anteriorly, leaving as much periosteum down as possible.
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Meaning of anteriorly

  • adverb In an anterior direction