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ambon

 [am´bon]
the fibrocartilaginous edge of the socket in which the head of a long bone is lodged.

ambon

/am·bon/ (am´bon) the fibrocartilaginous ring forming the edge of the socket in which the head of a long bone is lodged.

ambon

An obsolete term that formerly dignified the fibrocartilaginous ring attached to articular sockets of long bones, e.g., labrum acetabulare and the labrum glenoidale.

ambon

the fibrocartilaginous edge of the socket in which the head of a long bone is lodged.
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The number of specimen used in this research were 2926 shells consisting of 2160 from Larat Island and 766 from Ambon island The results of the research for four -season periods found that C annulus specimens in Ambon and Larat Island can be categorized into shell lengths: very small size (11.
From there entrants head 634 nautical miles north to Ambon, then onwards to some of the Indonesian archipelago's 17,000 islands.
We arrived on Muna island between Ambon and Makassar and were isolated there for six months with very little food," he said.
Media reports said Ambon was deserted Monday, with offices, schools and shops closed.
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Senior Sergeant Anne-Marie Fitchett, from the police training college in Porirua, Sergeant Mark Veale, from Auckland, and Inspector Tim Haughey, based at the New Zealand Embassy in Jakarta, were in Ambon for two weeks recently running a community policing workshop with the Indonesian National Police.
La "Introduccion" a la Ecfrasis del Ambon presenta dibujos de reproducciones del primer y segundo ambon que tuvo el templo.
He was soon stationed on the island of Ambon in the Malay Archipelago in modern-day Indonesia, where he supported the commercial interests of the company, including the military actions of the Moluccan Wars against local rebels.
The verdict was handed down at a district court in Ambon, the main town in the Maluku island chain.
The state-run news agency Antara reported the quake sent residents on the islands of Ambon, Buru and Seram into panic and went out of their houses.
SNET, a subsidiary of ENDESA (NYSE:ELE), has begun construction of the 10 MW capacity Ambon wind farm, situated in the gulf of Morbihan in the region of Brittany.
7 on the Richter scale, struck deep beneath the Banda Sea - 120 miles south of Ambon city in the Maluku Islands.