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cruciform

/cru·ci·form/ (kroo´sĭ-form) cross-shaped.

cruciform

[kro̅o̅′sifôrm]
Etymology: L, crux, cross
in the shape of a cross.

cruciform

(kroo′sĭ-form) [L. crux, cross, + forma, shape]
Shaped like a cross.

cruciform

cross-shaped.
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Hot cross bun sign refers to the cruciform shaped pontine T2 hyperintensity in multiple system atrophy due to selective loss of myelinated transverse pontocerebellar fibers and neurons in the pontine raphe and sparing of the pontine tagmentum and corticospinal tracts.
In-plane loads along perpendicular arms of cruciform specimen.
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Bosch was a unique, strong, creative, sensitive theologian whose practice carved in bold relief his own life of cruciform praxis.
1B): a little shorter than the distance from the vertex to the back apices of the cruciform elevation; broad base, not tapering towards the last abdominal segment; ochre tergites; timbal cover dorsally short; stemites ochre, including the last abdominal segment; male sternite VIII twice as long as wide, with anterior margin almost straight, lateral margin oblique, and the posterior margin invaginated (Fig.
to be smeared on foreheads of a mob in cruciform, the logo of a fierce
Featuring a cruciform 'lock' connector and straight/curved tubing, the company says the 'twist and lock' system can be used for numerous design options with large-format graphics.
Robust construction utilizing circular windings on miter cut cruciform magnetic cores provides superior performance which translates into unsurpassed system reliability and personnel safety.
IA, B); male abdomen short, about as long as or slightly shorter than distance from head to cruciform elevation (Fig.
The Neolithic burial chamber Barclodiad y Gawres, located northwest of Aberffraw on the Anglesey coastal path, is an example of a cruciform passage grave, famous for its decorated stones.
The roof is supported by distinctive tapering Glulam beams, flitch plates and steel cruciform columns.