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  • He would have to get to work, therefore, on their bony parts, and doubtless would attack the skulls for choice. Cited from Anthropology, by Robert Marett
  • It remains to say a word about the types of pre-historic men as judged by their bony remains and especially by their skulls. Cited from Anthropology, by Robert Marett
  • They periodically molt their bony external armor, perhaps as often as every five days.
  • How their bony fingers clutched the paper afterwards as they pressed it back into their skinny bosoms! Cited from The Dark Forest, by Hugh Walpole
  • By the help of thick clothing they hide their leanness; but their bony features are so prominent, that they can be distinguished at first sight. Cited from Travels In Arabia, by John Lewis Burckhardt
  • And the dead took the twig of cypress, the sign of resurrection, into their bony hands and lay down. Cited from Select Speeches of Kossuth, by Kossuth
  • In Grand Canyon National Park marine fish left behind the fossilized remains of their bony plates.
  • Typically damaged structures can be directly sutured or anchored back to their bony attachments.
  • In painting the outsides of people I assure you that I learned to guess more of what was inside them than their bony structures! Cited from Penelope's Postscripts, by Kate Douglas Wiggin #12
  • And the dead took the twig of cypress, the sign of resurrection, into their bony hands, and lay down. Cited from The American Union Speaker, by John D. Philbrick
  • They shuffled from door to door, stuck out their bony hands and asked plaintively for their God's-penny. Cited from The Path of Life, by Stijn Streuvels
  • They lose their bony plates as they mature.
  • Hypentelium etowanum can feed on bottom dwelling creatures by turning over rocks with their bony head and long snout.
  • Usually Michigan strata of this age only preserve their bony armor and gnathal bones.
  • They are usually cooked in their bony armor.
  • Flexing and extending these digits occurs when these muscles contract and their tendons pull on their bony attachments.
  • Miss Jillgall's little eyes twinkled in their bony caverns. Cited from The Legacy of Cain, by Wilkie Collins
  • At the same time, the structure of the hind-limbs and their bony supports proves clearly that it must have also possessed the power of progression upon the land. Cited from The Ancient Life History of the Earth, by Henry Alleyne Nicholson
  • On they came in silence broken only by the patter of their feet and the dry rattling of their bony necklets, till they stood in long ranks before the Black One. Cited from Nada the Lily, by H. Rider Haggard
  • Prey is consumed by sucking it through their bony snout with a rapid snap of the head.
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