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calcar

 [kal´kar]
1. spur.
2. a spur-shaped structure.
calcar a´vis an eminence on the medial wall of the occipital horn of the lateral ventricle, below the bulb of the occipital horn, produced by lateral extension of the calcarine sulcus.

cal·car

(kal'kar), [TA]
1. A small projection from any structure; internal spurs (septa) at the level of division of arteries and confluence of veins when branches or roots form an acute angle.
See also: vascular spur.
2. A dull spine or projection from a bone.
Synonym(s): spur [TA]
[L. spur, cock's spur]

calcar

/cal·car/ (kal´kar)
1. spur.
2. a spur-shaped structure.

calcar a´vis  the lower of the two medial elevations in the posterior horn of the lateral cerebral ventricle, produced by the lateral extension of the calcarine sulcus.

calcar

(kăl′kär′)
n. pl. calcaria (kăl-kâr′ē-ə)
A spur or spurlike projection, such as one found on the base of a petal or on the wing or leg of a bird.

calcar

[kal′kär] pl. calcaria,
a spur or a structure that resembles a spur.

cal·car

(kal'kahr) [TA]
1. A small projection from any structure; internal spurs (septa) at the level of division of arteries and confluence of veins when branches or roots form an acute angle.
2. A spine or projection from a bone.
Synonym(s): spur.
[L. spur, rooster's spur]

calcar

A spur or spur-like projection from a bone or tendon.

cal·car

(kal'kahr) [TA]
Dull spine or projection from a bone.
[L. spur, rooster's spur]

calcar

a spur or spur-shaped structure.

calcar avis
the lower of two medial elevations in the lateral cerebral ventricle, produced by the lateral extension of the calcarine sulcus; called also hippocampus minor.
calcar metacarpale, calcar metatarsale
see ergot2.
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1 Calcar absent or very small 2 1' Calcar well developed 3 2 Base of the foliar blade usually acute-cuneate, very preeminent urceolate petiole gland Q.
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Aparte de las consecuencias de los procesos de normalizacion inducida en los registros escritos del quechua con el afan de calcar ciertos patrones discursivos del castellano a los efectos de que la lengua se intelectualizara (piensese, por ejemplo, en el empleo de los pronombres como relativizadores en la formacion de oraciones subordinadas), interesa aca llamar la atencion sobre los fenomenos de transferencia que fueron decantandose en sus versiones orales en el contexto de las relaciones comunicativas de caracter inter-estamental.
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We report an unusual fracture of the neck of the femur that starts within the capsule in the subcapital region superiorly and laterally and ends extracapsularly inferiorly and medially involving the calcar.