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plectrum

(1) Uvula; uvula palatina [NA6].
(2) Styloid process of temporal bone; processus styloideus ossis temporalis [NA6].
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Michael & Rudinsky 1972; Ryker & Rudinsky 1976a), consisting of a file on the underside of the posterior elytra (located at the winglock) and the plectrum located along the posterior margin of the seventh tergite (Fig.
Punch a hole through an old bank card and the Pickmaster creates a perfectly rounded plectrum measuring 3cm by 2.
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She could see that a lobster plectrum moves jerkily and that sound comes only when the plectrum slides, not when it sticks.
However, with the 5800, Nokia may gain significant traction because the resistive touchscreen can be used with a finger, stylus or plectrum, meeting the needs of users across a diverse range of culturally-different regions.
The Plectrum or Pick: They come in various thicknesses to suit individual players and playing styles.
He performed a secret gig at the capital's Electric Ballroom in February to plug his latest album, Plectrum Electrum.
You can get plectrum-happy with this Pickmaster plectrum punch which stamps guitar picks out of old credit cards.
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