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mamelon

 [mam´ĕ-lon]
1. one of three tubercles on the cutting edge of a newly erupted incisor tooth.
2. the nipple-like elevation in the umbilicus.

mam·e·lon

(mam'ĕ-lon),
One of the rounded prominences, of which there are three, on the cutting edge of an incisor tooth when it first pierces the gum.
[Fr. nipple]

mamelon

(măm′ĕ-lŏn) [Fr., nipple]
One of three rounded protuberances present on the cutting edge of an incisor tooth when it erupts. These are worn away by use.

mam·e·lon

(mam'ĕ-lon)
One of three rounded prominences on cutting edge of an incisor tooth when it first pierces the gum.
[Fr. nipple]
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Sin embargo, del analisis de las otras piezas diseminadas en el Imperio sacamos de conclusion que si existio un concepto tipologico homogeneo tal y como vemos en la similitud de las piezas localizadas en otros puntos del Imperio donde su perfil globular y el mamelon superior son elementos constantes.
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Finalmente se destacan las muestras de lavado de las pipas T invertida, T invertida con mamelones, Cola de pescado, Indeterminada con inciso, Indeterminada con engobe rojo, Indeterminada de piedra e Indeterminada con engobe rojo y mamelones, las muestras de sedimento de T invertida Indeterminada con engobe rojo y mamelones e Indeterminada de piedra, asi como la muestra de raspado de pipa cola de pescado porque no arrojaron resultados positivos para la presencia de silicofitolitos y granulos de almidon (Tabla 4).
Se observaron espinas cuticulares bifidas y tambien simples, muy melanizadas en su parte distal, con forma de mamelon en su parte proximal (Fig.
When the place was invested, the Russians, with considerable skill, possessed themselves of the Mamelon - earthworks on a conical hill which protected and commanded the Malakoff Tower, the White Works, and the Redan to some extent.
A cut was made through the joint between the spine base and the mamelon, on which the spine base was mounted, leaving a strip of the spine muscle bundles connecting the spine base and the tubercle.
Hartman decompose les effets par lesquels se cree le nimbe des symboles evocateurs; le corps voile, l'abeille metonymiquement evoquee par un gros plan sur le dard qui pique(rait) une "gourde belle" (belle engourdie ainsi eveillee, gracieuse qui ne veut pas s'endormir idiote, ou mamelon joliet ou perle le sang), font ecran: le sens profond reste obscur et indecis dans le jeu du texte (p.
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Il faut aussi noter des modifications de la peau du sein et du mamelon. La peau du sein peut devenir capitonnAaAaAeA@e ( prendre l'aspect d'une peau d'orange) ou plissAaAaAeA@e.
Frontal area transverse, glabrous, chalice-shaped, delimited by the frontal ridges, with few punctures and a small triangular-shaped mamelon (sensu Jimenez-Ferbans & Reyes-Castillo, 2014).
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