bony joints

bony joints

[TA]
joints between two or more bones without intervening cartilage or fibrocartilage, other than articular cartilage; includes syndesmoses and synovial joints.
Synonym(s): juncturae ossium [TA]
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The bony joints of the forelimb on an array of extant Primate species, including apes and monkeys, will be analysed, shedding new light on Miocene ape locomotion, the evolution of living apes and the emergence of human bipedalism.
Pinch the dough in two places to make the bony joints and then score with a knife to make the wrinkles.
Pinch the dough in 2 places to make the bony joints and then score with a knife to make the wrinkles.
Though made from steel, the piece exudes warmth and passion with bony joints and embracing lines that seem to grow out, organically, from a woven network of leather strips that serve as its hammock.
The damage you can inflict with these hard, bony joints is incredible - although if you don't get your technique right, you could do yourself some damage too.