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baculum

[′bak·yə·ləm]
(vertebrate zoology)
The penis bone in lower mammals. Also known as os priapi.
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The mean total baculum length, width of proximal extreme, shaft length, width of middle extreme, width of distal extreme and baculum height of R.
We think that is when the human baculum would have disappeared because the mating system changed at that point," Kit Opie, a researcher with the study at University College London, (https://www.
Despite the utility of the baculum in species and subspecies delimitation (Anderson, 1960; Pessoa and Reis, 1992; Pessoa and Strauss, 1999; Rocha-Barbosa, 2013), only few taxonomic and descriptive studies have concerned Colombian species.
El discurso hegemonico actual se caracteriza por el intento de racionalizar toda propuesta de cambio y reproducir la tradicional resistencia a las argumentaciones a favor de reformas al modelo de mercado, acusando una ideologizacion del discurso por medio de la falacia ad baculum.
La falacia de afirmacion del consecuente es susceptible de una caracterizacion formal, pero no es el caso del argumento ad baculum o ad hominem.
Otro argumento, argumentum ad baculum, consiste--como sabemos--en amenazar al oponente con consecuencias por sus metodos o hechos usando las amenazas como si fueran razones.
2013): On the socio-sexual behaviour of the extinct ursid Indarctos arctoides: an approach based on its baculum size and morphology.
Wyclif's own discussion of clerical temporalities in the Trialogus bears mentioning here inasmuch as it, too, reverts back to an apostolic ideal in which the clergy is called to uphold the words of Christ in Matthew 10:10: "'nihil tuleritis in via nequeperam neque baculum neque calceamenta inpedibus habeatis' etc.
Tales violaciones comprenden al conocido argumentum ad baculum (falacia de apelacion a la fuerza), asi como, al argumentum ad hominem (falacia personal) que por lo general, no suelen expresarse de manera directa, sino indirecta.
The Orthodox Church has no history of the hysteria of argumentum ad baculum or the authoritarianism aimed at silencing dialogue partners and the manifestation of life.