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calcar

[′kal‚kär]
(zoology)
A spur or spurlike process, especially on an appendage or digit.
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In this survey, morphological characters as colure, distribution of hair, shape of uropatagium (tail membrane) and nose leaf, calcar (a foot spur of cartilage that supports the membrane between the foot and tail), post calcar, shape of ear, tragus and antitragus.
Ritrovandosi il detto signor Girolamo in Roma, per sodisfare alla curiosita di alcuni suoi amici in Siena, soleva spesso comporre foglietti di finte ingegnose novelle, e quelle mandare al signor canonico Mariani, che con sua facilita a credere delle frottole, e ancora insinuare altri a credere, dava occasione al novellista di calcar sempre la penna.
These features include a distinct keeled calcar, pelage coloration, forearm measuring 33mm, ear length measuring 13mm and a weight of 2.
O dono da feitoria criava um escravo de estima, para tirar as botas, calcar o chinelo.
The funding has resulted in the development of dozens of profitable products for Biomet, including the AGC Total Knee System (released in 1983), Maxim Total Knee System (1993), Mallory-Head Modular Calcar Revision Series (1996), M2a-Taper Acetabular Hip System (2000), Vanguard Complete Knee System (2004) and the Oxford Partial Knee (2005).
I remember back in 1988 when Karl Van Calcar won the steeplechase for Oregon State after they had dropped the track program .
3--poder calcar ou vestir artefatos de segunda mao, ou nao responder cartas, por exemplo, sem ter pessoas atribuindo essas escolhas a ma moralidade ou a pobreza;
The measurements, in combination with a black facial mask and distinct keel on the calcar, were the main characteristics used for identification.
Three times in his expanded edition of the Vite (1568), Giorgio Vasari (1511-74) unequivocally attributes to Jan Stephan van Calcar (ca.
Onychonycteris has a long splint-like piece of cartilage called a calcar, which in many living bats projects from the heel into the membrane that stretches from foot to tail.