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drumstick

/drum·stick/ (-stik) a nuclear lobule attached by a slender strand to the nucleus of some polymorphonuclear leukocytes of normal females but not of normal males.

drumstick

a spherical shape with a single, long extension or conversely, a long stick with a knob on the end.

drumstick lobe
a lobe attached by a thin strand of nuclear membrane to the nucleus of a varying percentage of neutrophils in females. Contains the Barr body. Called also sex bud.
drumstick spore
the characteristic spherical, terminal spore of Clostridium tetani.
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28 musical groups will require: drums, lyra bells, cornets, cymbals, drum sticks, etc.
Members of the press are invited to come, pick up some drum sticks and play - and hear this USB-connected drum pad accurately emulate a drum, a harp, a guitar, a piano, a marimba.
The music had a drumming beat and the dancers had drum sticks so they could do some intricate patterns.
The band finished the set by standing up on the drum kit for a drum solo then as the music stopped and the lights went out all four members of the band came forward, thanked the crowd for an amazing show, threw drum sticks and picks into the crowd and left the stage.
You can also enter the grand raffle at pounds 5 a ticket to win prizes such as snare drums, drum sticks, t-shirts, DVDs and much more.
The whole day was a bit of a blur generally, but I'll never forget coming out of the church to all these people cheering and clapping and seeing this one young guy holding a pair of drum sticks in the air," she said.
Obviously I had to sample the national delicacy and for those of you that haven't tried them I can confirm that frogs legs in bread crumbs taste a lot like chicken drum sticks in breadcrumbs (with less meat
A word of warning here, watch out for Psycho and his flying drum sticks, as he gets over-enthusiastic).
Prizes included things like drum sticks - which really appealed to my 12-year-old who doesn't even own a drum
It begins with the rattle of drum sticks and urgent bass then settles into a slower beat.
The mop-topped TV presenter didn't pick up his drum sticks for more than four months after his infamous parting from the Stereophonics a year ago.