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anus

the excretory opening at the end of the alimentary canal

anus

[′ā·nəs]
(anatomy)
The posterior orifice of the alimentary canal.
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The pelvic bone and the spine form a tunnel through which the anus and urinary tract pass.
Body relatively elongate, slightly compressed along head, progressively more so to tail tip; greatest depth at pectoral fins; anus at about 30% TL; head little depressed, flexed downward at pectoral fins; lower jaw slightly protruding; snout short and rounded; upper and lower lips well developed, the upper confluent medially, enclosing anterior nostrils, and turned back on anterolateral face of snout; lower lip similarly turned back on lower jaw; anterior nostril a minute tube close to midline of snout; posterior nostril a simple opening near anterodorsal corner of eye; mouth oblique, reaching to below anterior rim of eye; eye relatively large, oval, scarcely intruding into dorsal profile; throat with moderately developed folds extending to branchial aperture.
I decided that psychoanalysis was the hysterical child born from Freud's anus.
Human flatulence, or passing gas out of the anus, is caused mainly by millions of gas-producing bacteria that line the large intestine.
Since having children, Jill, 55, had suffered from occasional haemorrhoids - swollen veins in the anus.
With the help of NOTES (Natural Orifice Transluminal Endoscopy Surgery) and TEM (Transanal Endoscopic Microsurgery), surgeons could successfully remove rectal mass through anus.
Ex-air hostess Carole should have referred them to the lavatory and told Wills and co to remove one's head from one's anus when one was sitting on the throne.
AA FISSURE is a crack in the sensitive skin of the anus.
Most straight guys are not accustomed to that much contact with gay people literally in their anus.
29), 2000, one of her most powerful works, La Ribot displays her anus, only inches from the eyes and nose of the public.
Many fossilized blastoids and crinoids have platyceratid-snail fossils attached near their anus, a location that matches most of the drill holes.