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skeletal formula,

n representation of the bonding between two carbons in an organic compound. One line represents a single bond; two lines represent a double bond; and three lines indicate a triple bond.
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Maniken[R] Professional Series Human Skeletal Model
The skeletal model of Tyrannosaurus rex will be a major attraction in the pounds 26m Great North Museum: Hancock, which opens in April.
For every skeletal model or stick-thin actress, there are thousands of unhappy women who take the lead of their icons and obsessively calorie count, binge and vomit and spend thousands in their quest for unfeasible and unhealthy dimensions.
For every skeletal model or stick-thin actress there are thousands of unhappy women who copy their icons and obsessively calorie count, binge and vomit.
Watchdogs will today hit out at an advert of a skeletal model promoting a wrist-watch.
But even though the skeletal model succeeded in establishing herself as a ludicrously unpleasant person, she's not the one who should be worrying the most.
SAMANTHA Cameron sat stony-faced as a positively skeletal model paraded past her at London Fashion Week.
A "muscle" was fixed in position on the posterior aspect of the skeletal model to represent the deformable nature of musculature within a residual limb.
This year, it's in the case of one particularly skeletal model for fashion label Erdem.
The skeletal model and the origins and insertions were taken from the work of Crownenshield [7], while the ligaments were modelled using the results from a later study by Wismans [8].
The smaller size meant the company had to simplify its exhibit by using just one prominent feature - its famous "wire car," a full-size, skeletal model of a generic vehicle used to display dozens of Aisin components, such as sunroofs, lift gate motors, brake systems, navigation systems, seat adjusters, transmissions, sensors, latches, various electronics and many other parts.