vestibulocochlear nerve CN VIII

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ves·tib·u·lo·co·chle·ar nerve [CN VIII]

[TA]
a composite sensory nerve innervating the receptor cells of the membranous labyrinth; it consists of two major, anatomically and functionally distinct components, each of which have different central connections: the vestibular nerve and the cochlear nerve.
Synonym(s): nervus vestibulocochlearis [CN VIII] [TA], eighth cranial nerve [CN VIII], eighth nerve, nervus acusticus [CN VIII], nervus octavus [CN VIII], nervus statoacusticus [CN VIII], octavus, statoacoustic nerve

ves·tib·u·lo·co·chle·ar nerve [CN VIII]

(ves-tib'yū-lō-kok'lē-ăr nĕrv) [TA]
A composite sensory nerve innervating the receptor cells of the membranous labyrinth; it consists of two major anatomically and functionally distinct components, each of which has different central connections: the vestibular nerve and the cochlear nerve.
Synonym(s): nervus vestibulocochlearis [CN VIII] [TA] , acoustic nerve, eighth cranial nerve [CN VIII].

ves·tib·u·lo·co·chle·ar nerve [CN VIII]

(ves-tib'yū-lō-kok'lē-ăr nĕrv) [TA]
Composite sensory nerve innervating receptor cells of membranous labyrinth.
Synonym(s): eighth cranial nerve [CN VIII], eighth nerve, nervus acusticus [CN VIII], nervus octavus [CN VIII], nervus statoacusticus [CN VIII], nervus vestibulocochlearis [CN VIII], octavus.
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One of the most recent finds has been building stone left by the centurion Lucius Octavus, whose men worked on the fort barracks.
Octavus Roy Cohen's stereotyped characters in the Saturday Evening Post, or the wrongheaded "Victorian ideas of woman's honor" that encouraged lynching (pittsburgh Courier, April 1, 1944).
41) Haec mihi Stertinius, sapientum octavus, amico/arma dedit, posthac ne compellarer inultus.
In Latin, it translates as: "The century of Lucius Octavus built this.
CIFU VIII--Congressus Octavus Internationalis Fenno-Ugristarum I-VIII, Jyvaskyla 1995-1996
Antwerp: Susato, 1553); Liber octavus ecclesiasticarum cantionum quinque vocum .
de Sainte-Marthe (Oeuvres, Amsterdam, 1723, II, 331): "Post mille elapsos a partu Virginis annos, / Et post quingentos rursus in orbe datos, / Octuagesimus octavus mirabilis annus / Ingruet, et secum tristia fata feret.
Backed down to 9-4 favourite, he was only hand-ridden to beat Octavus by three lengths.
Now the work of these artists is no more "expressive of the Negro soul" -- as the gushers put it -- than are the scribblings of Octavus Cohen or Hugh Wiley.
Fanny Cohen, daughter of Octavus, could not accept defeat.
Keldorf hooked up with Octavus Barnes on a 62-yard scoring pass that stunned the Hokies, then Quinton Savage blocked Jimmy Kibble's punt with 1:03 left in the opening quarter and Bly scooped it up and scored from 6 yards out.
The second inscription is on a building stone and translated from the Latin means: "The century of Lucius Octavus built this.