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pectoral

1. of or relating to the chest, breast, or thorax
2. a pectoral organ or part, esp a muscle or fin
3. a medicine or remedy for disorders of the chest or lungs
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The concave side of the pectoral is incised with the upper portion of an anthropomorphic figure wearing an elaborate headdress, while the convex side bears a column of hieroglyphs (Figure 7).
The convex side of the Nakum pectoral carries a short hieroglyphic text consisting of five incised glyphs (Figure 7).
This inscription gives rise to a number of questions concerning the potential relationship between Nakum and Yaxha, and the origin of the pectoral itself.
It is therefore clear that the jade pectoral is at least several centuries older than the tomb itself.
05) weight and relative weight of pectoral major muscle in the capon than the male prove the inhibitory effect of androgen on muscle growth before sexual maturity in male SCWL chickens.
05) influence the body weight and relative pectoral major weight at 26-week-old.
Caponization did not affect on the weight and relative weight of pectoral major and thigh drumstick, and protein and fat content of whole pectoral major.
Early caponization (3-week-old) increased the body weight, weight and protein content of pectoral major muscle with decreased ash content, while showed no affects on pH value and emulsification capacity of pectoral major muscle in 16-week-old capons.
BENCH PRESS: Bring the bar up over your head take the arms straight out above you to work the pectoral muscles.
PECTORAL - Clasp hands behind your back with arms straight.