Definition of Tubar

1. tubular [adj] - See also: tubular



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tubar

tubal air cells
tubal branch
tubal branch of the tympanic plexus
tubal branch of the uterine artery
tubal cartilage
tubal colic
tubal dysmenorrhoea
tubal extremity of ovary
tubal folds of uterine tubes
tubal infantilism
tubal ligation
tubal pregnancy
tubal prominence
tubal tonsil
tubalike
tubar (current term)
tubas
tubate
tubatorsion
tubba
tubbable
tubbed
tubber
tubbers
tubbier
tubbies
tubbiest
tubbiness
tubbinesses
tubbing

Literary usage of Tubar

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1. A Treatise on Zoology by Edwin Ray Lankester (1900)
"New oscula arise either by the perforation of the blind ends of diverticula growing out from the tubar system in a vertical direction, or by fission of a ..."

2. Proceedings of the Royal Society of Victoria by Royal Society of Victoria (1893)
"The basal ray measures about 0-3 by 0'0OS mm., while the teeth representing the oral rays are only about (H)l)3 mm. in length. The entire tubar skeleton is ..."

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