Definition of Incisures

1. Noun. (plural of incisure) ¹



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Definition of Incisures

1. incisure [n] - See also: incisure

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Incisures

incisura supraorbitalis
incisura tentorii
incisura terminalis auris
incisura thyroidea inferior
incisura thyroidea superior
incisura tragica
incisura trochlearis
incisura tympanica
incisura ulnaris
incisura umbilicalis
incisura vertebralis
incisurae
incisurae cartilaginis meatus acustici externi
incisurae santorini
incisure
incisures (current term)
incitable
incitant
incitants
incitation
incitations
incitative
incitatives
incite
incited
inciteful
incitement
incitements
inciter
inciters

Literary usage of Incisures

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1. The American Naturalist by American Society of Naturalists, Essex Institute (1902)
"Meyer found the incisures among 517 German skulls in 20, or 3.9%; among 42 Russian skulls in 3 ... found the incisures among 45 French skulls in 2, or 4.4%; ..."

2. Journal of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia by Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia (1829)
"Tergum black, incisures white; feet with black incisures. Inhab. Indiana. ... and tarsi white, with black incisures. Length nearly one-fifth of an inch. ..."

3. Journal of the New York Entomological Society by New York Entomological Society (1913)
"incisures not yellow, only the last segment banded. (Eur.;* Mass., NY, DC, Ont., Id.,* Ore.,* Wash.,* Cai.*) (genitali* Loew. ..."

4. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Philadelphia by Entomological Society of Philadelphia (1864)
"... the two exterior setae very robust, brown, the incisures darker; the middle seta fine, white, the incisures fuscous, alternately wide and narrow on the ..."

5. Buffalo Medical Journal (1883)
"The segments of myelin limited by the incisures are of variable length, ... Sometimes incomplete incisures, ie, those which do not extend to the axis- ..."

6. Buffalo Medical and Surgical Journal (1883)
"The segments of myelin limited by the incisures are of variable length, ... Sometimes incomplete incisures, ie, those which do not extend to the axis- ..."

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