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cornu

[′kȯr·nü]
(anatomy)
A horn or hornlike structure.
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The tube, which appeared to float, vertically partitioned the room's backdrops into compositions that appeared to shift as the visitor moved, while the tape, which functioned as another line drawn in the exhibition space, indicated the passage from Downsbrough's work to a piece by Cornu. On two pedestals was the latter's Choses tues (Dead Things), 2014-16: constructivist objects on square bronze bases, throwbacks to another era.
A cutaneous horn (Cornu cutaneum) is a protrusion from the skin consisting of cornified material resembling an animal horn in miniature.
Not only does Duggan's study bring to the fore the significance of his homosexuality to Demy's filmic oeuvre, its translation into French will hopefully bring to France a deeper understanding of the notion of the queer, a term that remains without an equivalent in the French language as Cornu's French title reveals.
When its anterior part is a half circle, posteriorly one or both greater horns deviate to one or to the other side, bone is said to be of the "deviating-D-Type", when it is triangular shape or resembling the letter V , it is said to be of the "V-Type " When its right and left greater horns do not lie in same plane and left cornu is curved medially, it is named to be of the HK-Type (Figs.
Cornu aspersa aspersa, Cantareus apertus and Xerosecta cespitum are constant species with a 75% occurrence rate for each.
In this study, we examined the scaling relationships between size and speed in Cornu aspersum Muller, 1774 (formerly known as Helix aspersa), a terrestrial snail that crawls using direct monotaxic muscular waves.
VIC: Jim Le Cornu (returned), Ian Penrose, Nicola Rivers
In addition, Francois Cornu, a seasoned biologist renowned in the French clinical biology market, will be joining as president of Biomnis specialty laboratory.
Christoph Pieper draws on the so-called new historicism to show how Basinio of Parma used textual corrections, markings, and Greek quotations to fashion himself as author, in negotiation with those who he hoped would read his Hesperis, Marianne Pade follows Niccolo Perotti's Cornu eopiae from the manuscript presentation copy through a series of early editions to demonstrate that the way in which the text was set out helped effect a change in its status, from a commentary on Martial to a lexicographical handbook.
When deeper insertion of the forceps is necessary to explore the fundus and cornu, care must be taken to apply cervical traction and follow the axis of the uterus to minimize the risk of trauma to the uterine wall.
LE CORNU MARGARET ROSE Passed away peacefully on 15th January 2015, aged 78.