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labial

 [la´be-al]
1. pertaining to or directed toward a lip.
2. pertaining to a labium.

la·bi·al

(lā'bē-ăl), Do not confuse this word with labile.
1. Relating to the lips or any labium.
2. Toward a lip.
3. One of the letters formed by means of the lips.
[L. labium, lip]

labial

/la·bi·al/ (la´be-al)
1. pertaining to a lip or labium.
2. in dental anatomy, pertaining to the tooth surface that faces the lip.

labial

(lā′bē-əl)
adj.
1. Of or relating to the lips or labia.
2. Linguistics Articulated mainly by closing or partly closing the lips, as the sounds (b), (m), or (w).
n.
1. Linguistics A labial consonant.
2. Music See flue1.

la′bi·al·ly adv.

labial

[lā′bē·əl]
pertaining to the lips. See also bilabial.

la·bi·al

(lā'bē-ăl)
1. Relating to the lips or any labia.
2. Toward a lip.
[L. labium, lip]

labial

Pertaining to the lips or labia.

la·bi·al

(lā'bē-ăl)
1. Relating to lips or any labia.
2. Toward a lip.
3. A letter formed with lips.
[L. labium, lip]

labial (lā´bēəl),

n of or pertaining to a lip.
labial commissures,
n.pl the lateral angles formed where the lips meet at the outer edges of the oral cavity; the corners of the oral cavity.
labial developmental depressions,
n.pl the indentations extending from the cervix to the occusal surface on the crown of an anterior tooth in order to separate the tooth into labial developmental lobes.
labial mucosa,
n tissue lining the inner lips within the oral cavity.
labial notch,
labial ridge,

labial

pertaining to a lip, or labium.

labial ulcer
see eosinophilic ulcer.
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The type of association between the ctenidia and labial palps proposed by Stasek (1963) is one of the most primitive, and belongs to the Unionacea and to the Nuculacea, superfamilies in which the most primitive bivalves are placed.
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HMDS drying also provided excellent results in the preservation of microstructural characteristics such as ciliation of scallop feeding organs, as illustrated in the gills and labial palps of A.
In several varieties of spoken Spanish, word-medial, labial stops are articulated as velar stops (pepsi > pe[k]si).
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Mucosal fenestration has been most commonly found in the mandibular or maxillary anterior region, especially on the labial aspect because of tooth angulation placing root apices in a labial position.
microcephalus is considered to lack papillae, labial tooth rows (Duellman & Fouquette 1968:527, Altig & McDiarmid 1999:37, Duellman 2001:214, Savage 2002:216, Lynch 2006:447), and dermal ridges (Pugliese et al.
In addition to an ovary-containing hernia, diagnostic considerations for a labial mass in an infant or child include a localized fluid collection in the inguinal canal (hydrocele of the canal of Nuck), a bowel-containing hernia, and an enlarged lymph node, an abscess, hematoma, lipoma, or a mesothelial cyst.