neck ring


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neck ring

a metal ring at the neck of a cervicothoracolumbosacral orthosis. It opens posteriorly for ease in putting on or removing the orthosis and is an attachment for a throat mold and occiput pads.
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With its green plumage, red beak and pink and black neck ring and spots on its back, it could be either a ring-neck or Alexandrine.
Which species of bird is tethered by string to a neck ring and used to catch fish in China?
Three molds for a neck ring with the associations lOgo were purchased for $8,500, and fit with the body and base of VeralJias existing Burgundy bottle.
The familiar bottle design is given several customized details for this third fragrance from Tom Ford, including a silver-toned cap and neck ring, and a palladium plaque embossed with the TOM FORD logo.
Male (drake) mallards are easily recognized--their trademark metallic green heads, white neck ring, chestnut-colored chest, yellow bill tipped with black, and white tail with two black, curled tail feathers make them hard to confuse with other duck species.
Instead of a wrap-around label, Brauerei Martens relies more on shoulder, back and neck ring labels.
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Objects found in her grave included a bronze neck ring, an Italian mirror and a pottery wine flagon from Germany.
Menocal has a wonderful chapter on the love poems of the era and on Ibn Hazm's The Neck Ring of the Dove, a handbook on romance and a memoir of old Cordoba.