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brachium

1. Anatomy the arm, esp the upper part
2. a corresponding part, such as a wing, in an animal
3. Biology a branching or armlike part

brachium

[′brā·kē·əm]
(anatomy)
The upper arm or forelimb, from the shoulder to the elbow.
(invertebrate zoology)
A ray of a crinoid.
A tentacle of a cephalopod.
Either of the paired appendages constituting the lophophore of a brachiopod.
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Z: /12 17 5/ <<sed dextera tua, et brachium tuum, et inluminatio uultus tui: [com placuisti] in eis:>> conplacuit: complacuisti 76c (V), 230d (X) (Ps.
In the upper extremities, in case of occlusion of the one of the brachium arteries, LBV made 6-8 cm/s, while in finger arteries it made 4-6 cm/s (23 cases (46.
The Ohio Shrimp, Macro brachium ohione, in the Upper Mississippi River.
Sed tu Domine extende brachium tuum et elibera animas nostras.
Patients in both Group 1 and Group 2 showed involvement of bilateral internal capsule, especially the posterior limb, and brachium pontis.
The handler extended each brachium individually, and images were taken from a distance of approximately 1 m.