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  • They had much wider bodies and have even been discovered with bony eyelids.
  • His head sports numerous antlers and horns and his body is covered with bony dark red plates.
  • It crushed its food with bony plates found in the back of its throat.
  • One of the things that made them different from salamanders was that their skin was covered with bony scales.
  • Early copies of the painting can be seen with Bony absent.
  • They are among the earliest creatures with bony heads.
  • Among the remains, one adult female specimen is fully preserved, with bony plates and other important macroscopic features.
  • Their bodies are highly compressed, and mostly covered with bony plates.
  • One species, Saltasaurus, has even been discovered with bony plates, like the ankylosaurs.
  • Colonel Arran bent his head and touched his long gray moustache with bony fingers. Cited from Ailsa Paige, by Robert W. Chambers
  • It was a large hand with bony knuckles, and very long fingers, upon one of which was a battered ring. Cited from The Broad Highway, by Jeffery Farnol
  • It was not covered with bony armor, but had probably a hide thick enough to serve the purpose of shell or bone. Cited from Manuscript in a Copper Cylinder,James De Mille
  • Never once does Death look with hollow eyes and sunken cheeks, or grasp with bony fingers at the living. Cited from Watts (1817-1904), by William Loftus Hare
  • These scutes connect with the solid bones of the head, and the head itself may be covered with bony plates.
  • Acanthodians share several features with bony fish and cartilaginous fish; they often have spines supporting their fins.
  • The authors noted derived traits unique to the genus, including distinctive tail vertebrae with bony processes.
  • Also, like modern crocodiles, its back, flanks, and tail were covered with bony armored plates.
  • Some of the more slightly rooted trees had fallen, or clung precariously to the earth with bony fingers. Cited from The Claim Jumpers, by Stewart Edward White
  • They also lack vertebral centra, and are partially covered with bony plates called scutes rather than scales.
  • Who knocks with bony fingers On the hut's small window latch? Cited from Russian Lyrics, translated by Martha Gilbert Dickinson Bianchi
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