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la·bi·al·ly

(lā'bē-ăl-ē),
Toward the lips.

labially

/la·bi·al·ly/ (la´be-il-e) toward the lips.

la·bi·al·ly

(lā'bē-ăl-ē)
Toward the lips.
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The protocone is flattened lingually and rounded labially in the P4.
Anteroloph of lower premolar--not triangular (1); triangular with a flexid opening lingually or apparently so (2); triangular with flexid open labially (3); triangular with flexid open posteriorly (4); or an enclosed triangle with a central fossetid (5); loph triangular or oblong, with no fossetid (6).
The dentition in omalodontid-like chondrichthyan genera Anareodus, Aztecodus, Doliodus, Manberodus, Omalodus, Portalodus and Siberiodus contains the teeth, which are devoid of the lingual base extension but possess the base extended labially or labio-basally, or have an almost symmetrical base without developed lingual and labial parts (Ivanov & Rodina 2004; Hairapetian et al.
The complex impacted canines (Figs 1, 2, 5 and 6) displaced palatally, buccally, labially are first exposed surgically, and often require the extraction of the 1st premolar to make space in the arch.
Diagnosis: A large hipparion with tridactyl feet and deep preorbital facial fossa separated from the orbit by a relatively wide preorbital bar, fossa deeply pocketed posteriorly, medially deep and with a well defined continues peripheral border including the anterior rum, cheek teeth complexly ornamented with thickly banded fossette plications and bifid to trifid plicaballins, protocones distinctly flattened lingually and rounded labially, hypoglyphs deeply incised, P2 anterostyle elongate (Colbert, 1935; Ghaffar, 2005).
15) had lower incisors more labially tipped than group 1 (24.
Labially, separates the hypoconid is separated from the strong protoconid by a furrow (Fig.
They developed a problem list of increased over bite, fractured and labially rotated 22 and endodontically treated 21 and 22.
Although the mean female value is slightly more than the mean male value and this is attributed to the slightly fuller profile of females as their dentitions are more labially placed over the underlying basal bone.