inion


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inion

[′in·ē‚än]
(anthropology)
The external occipital protuberance of the skull.
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Sex Character Condition determination Inion process Large and prominent Male Small and smooth Female Mastoid process Large, rugose, and robust Male Small, gracile, and smooth Female Frontal ridges Large, prominent, and rough Male Smooth and flat Female Dentition Large, squared, and angular Male Small and rounded Female Dental arch V shaped Male U shaped Female Chin shape Squared and prominent anteriorly Male Rounded or V shaped, gracile Female
NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-26 March 2009-Finnish medical devices firm Inion Oy mulls assets sales(C)1994-2009 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.
The following anatomical landmarks were marked and used in the measurements, glabella (G), inion (I) and euryon (E).
Los hosts a los que hacemos referencia son el MCNTI (Centro Internacional de Informacion Cientifica Y Tecnica, Moscu), INION (Instituto de Ciencias Sociales, Moscu), VINITI (Instituto de Informacion Cientifica y Tecnica de la URSS) y el ZINTI (Instituto Central de Informacion Cientifica y Tecnica, de Bulgaria).
INION (2003), Privatizatsiya v Rossii i Drugikh Stranakh SNG, INION Press, Moscow.
2 l inion at the base of the external occipital protuberance Symbol Landmark Reference 8.
Owner/trainer Liam O'Donoughe, from Fermoy was also celebrating after his Inion Cailin Liath triumphed by 10 lengths from Dead Right Too.
However, in the interest of brevity, we grouped the results thus: (1) disagree (scales 1 and 2); agree (scales 4 and 5); and no op inion (scales 3 and 9).
Stirring a middle course are the liberals (or centrists) who, in his op inion, have put an almost equal weight on external and internal forces to explain ethnicity.
Admitting the loss had taken a personal toll would have gone a long way in swaying public op inion," says Sneed.
A midline incision is made from approximately the inion down to the spinous process of C2.