vagal (nerve) trigone

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va·gal (nerve) tri·gone

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a prominence in the floor of the inferior fovea of the fourth ventricle that overlies the dorsal motor nucleus of the vagus.
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The flattened gray wings at the hips, the soft folds and dusky hues in the 'skirt' and cracks in the grey-white 'bodice' all make me want to peer inside the red opening of this slender form.
The dark hood, gray wings and pink-tinted breast are a harbinger of spring to the people of the Northern Great Plains, who affectionately call it the prairie rose gull.
uk Gray wings in for a trial at Cardiff FORMER Arsenal and Crystal Palace winger Julian Gray is on trial with Cardiff City.