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cap·i·tate

(kap'i-tāt), [TA]
1. The largest of the carpal bones; located in the distal row. Synonym(s): os capitatum [TA], capitate bone, magnum, os magnum
2. Head-shaped; having a rounded extremity.
[L. caput (capit-), head]

magnum

(măg′nŭm) [L.]
1. Large or great.
2. Old term for capitate bone (os magnum), the largest of the carpals.

magnum

the large diameter, second zone of the hen's left oviduct. The albumen-secreting zone.
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357 Magnum in 1935 for its heavy-duty, N-frame revolver.
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44 Magnum of 1955 is nothing more than a lengthened .
We will picket outside the Magnum headquarters, we said.