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brachium

 [bra´ke-um] (pl. bra´chia) (L.)
arm (def. 1).
arm (def. 3).

bra·chi·a

(brā'kē-ă),
Plural of brachium.

brachia

(brā′kē-ə, brăk′ē-ə)
n.
Plural of brachium.

bra·chi·a

(brā'kē-ă)
Plural of brachium.
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Non omittenda esta quoque in hac aetate saltatio, quatenus igenuorum filios decet, non gestus motusque totis corporis, ne manus et brachia sint rustice et indocte posita, ne status indecorus, ne qua in proferandis pedibus/fol.
QVIN ECCE NIPHAEI QVADRIIVGIS IN EQVOS ADVERSAQVE BRACCHIA TENDIT: in equos Niphaei aduersa tendit brachia, scilicet ut hunc cum equis adpeteret.
Caput excutiunt, brachia exerunt, manus in altum expandum" (XVIII, "De disciplina in mensa servanda, et primo in habitu et gestu"); cfr.
Tu nisi per celsum palazzi monca solarum Brachia (text: Barchia) cernebas testas gambasque volare.
The central brachium developed as a bulge that emerged from the preoral lobe, flanked posteriorly on either side by two lateral brachia (Figs.
Identification of the frenulates Spiro brachia and Polybrachia were made by Eve Southward on the basis of animal and tube morphology.