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inion

[′in·ē‚än]
(anthropology)
The external occipital protuberance of the skull.
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Cranial and posterior basicranial lengths, which include the inion, increased significantly with age in male Japanese macaques (Van Minh et al., 2015).
In our study we demonstrated that an imaginary line from the inion to root of zygoma (I-Z line) can be used to mark the transverse sinus.
The total distance between the nasion and the inion and the total circumference of the head are shown as dashed blue lines
* Head Length: The straight distance between the glabella to the inion measured by blunt end type spreading calliper.
Inion. Inion is the most prominent point in the posterior aspect of the occipital calvarium occurring at the intersection of the left and right superior nuchal lines.
She is running against Lowel Arban of the Liberal Party and independent Vicente Inion.
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Deputy Minister of Economy and Anti-Monopoly Policy Adylbek Kasymaliev said that if Russia joins the WTO, the tariffs will fall within the customs inion up to 7.5%.
* Decide whether each sentence is true, false, or an inion. Write your answer on the blank fine provided.
"Our view is that next year we would have the breathing space to find further savings to cover for it." Liberal Democrat group leader Cllr Paula Keaveney - who pulled out of the joint budget talks - added: "To not accept it would be the Government offering us money and we knocking it back, so I think it's the sensible thing to do to accept it." INION: Page 15