lateral pharyngeal space

(redirected from spatium pharyngeum laterale)

lat·er·al pha·ryn·ge·al space

[TA]
that part of the peripharyngeal space located at the sides of the pharynx.
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It saddens me and gladdens me, the gait with which we are leaving San Francisco behind and with which we are foaming down upon the tropics.
As is usual in traveling in the tropics, a halt was made during the heated middle of the day.
Lower California, in length about seven hundred miles, forms a great peninsula, which crosses the tropics and terminates in the torrid zone.
Nowhere had he found any sign that men had stopped even temporarily upon this shore, though, of course, he knew that so quickly does the rank vegetation of the tropics erase all but the most permanent of human monuments that he might be in error in his deductions.
The tropical plants probably suffered much extinction; how much no one can say; perhaps formerly the tropics supported as many species as we see at the present day crowded together at the Cape of Good Hope, and in parts of temperate Australia.
Where in the tropics could an English army doctor have seen much hardship and got his arm wounded?
We had crossed the tropic of Capricorn, and the Straits of Magellan opened less than seven hundred miles to the south.
Stuffed serpents of the most objectionable and horrid kind; giant insects from the tropics, fearsome in every detail; fishes and crustaceans covered with weird spikes; dried octopuses of great size.
A chill south wind bites at my marrow, while far below me I can see the tropic foliage of Caspak on the one hand and huge icebergs from the near Antarctic upon the other.
Sir, it's the same with most men that have been carbonadoed, as they call it, in the tropic seas.
The power went out of the wind, and the tropic rain poured a deluge over everything.
So they abide till the last hum and flash of the enemy have faded from the tropic horizon.