Definition of Hyoidal
1. hyoid [adj] - See also: hyoid
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Literary usage of Hyoidal
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Insectivorous Plants by Charles Darwin (1908)
"Small smooth bits of the dried hyoidal bone of a fowl moistened with saliva were placed on two leaves, and a similarly moistened splinter of an extremely ..."
2. The American Journal of the Medical Sciences by Southern Society for Clinical Investigation (U.S.) (1889)
"From the hyoidal helix the antihelix and ... The lobule appears very late in the human embryo by the production of a prolongation of the hyoidal helix. ..."
3. Footprints of the Creator: Or the Asterolepis of Stromness by Hugh Miller (1872)
"The two angular terminations of the hyoidal plate, a, a, fig. 40, were received, laterally and posteriorly, into angular grooves in a massive bone of very ..."
4. On Rest and Pain: A Course of Lectures on the Influence of Mechanical and by John Hilton, W. H. A. Jacobson (1879)
"... receives a hyoidal branch from the superior laryngeal artery, and a hyoidal branch from the lingual artery on each side ? ..."
5. The Passions of the Human Soul by Charles Fourier, John Reynell Morell, Hugh Doherty (1851)
"Focus, the hyoidal bone or sun. Man being the mirror of the universe, his anatomical details must exactly portray all the harmonies of the universe, ..."
6. A Text-book on Diseases of the Ear, Nose and Throat by Charles Henry Burnett (1901)
"Two of them belong to the inferior mandibular arch and bound the anterior edge (if the branchial furrow (Fig., and 2), and three are parts of the hyoidal ..."