plane suture

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plane su·ture

[TA]
a simple firm apposition of two smooth surfaces of bones, without overlap, as seen in the lacrimomaxillary suture.

plane su·ture

(plān sū'chŭr) [TA]
A simple, firm apposition of two smooth surfaces of bones, without overlap, as seen in the lacrimomaxillary suture.
Synonym(s): harmonic suture.
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2) O setor de harmonia e responsavel pelo desenvolvimento e colocacao em pratica da estrutura sobre a qual a producao do desfile se realizara, bem como pela conducao das principais atividades relacionadas a este processo, garantindo, como o proprio nome revela, a harmonia no desfile.
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Apollodorus says that at the wedding of Cadmus and Harmonia, Cadmus gave her a robe and the necklace made by Hephaestus, which the god may have given to Cadmus (Lib.
Conduta, Harmonia is one of the largest independent brokerage firms in Brazil, offering a broad suite of insurance solutions to , its clients, which include individuals and Brazilian and multinational companies across many industries.
Imported insects include the dacnusa wasp, harmonia axyridis and pirate bugs.
Even though Harmonia azyridis has served well as an effective biological control against aphids and scale insects since its introduction in 1916, its indoor congregation creates a nuisance.
Harmonia caelestis is radical in its plotting and language.
And last week, a frozen swab sample from Harmonia, second at Randwick on June 5, also revealed traces of trenbolone.
Occasionally, Aphrodite was Ares' legitimate wife, and by her he fathered Deimos, Phobos, and Harmonia.