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Nail

A unit of length equivalent to 2.25 inches.
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Third to fifth pereopods moderately stout, similar in structure but slightly increasing in relative length from third to fifth; dactyli subconical, 0.3-0.4 length of propodi, each terminating in strong, curved corneous unguis, flexor surface with about ten corneous, distally curved, spinules arranged in three or four rows; propodi increasing in length from third to fifth, each with three or four spinules on ventrodistal margin and irregular two rows of spinules on ventral surface in third and fourth, with double row of spinules laterally and single row of sparse spinules mesially in fifth; carpi 0.7-0.9 length of propodi in third and fourth pereopods, 0.5-0.6 in fifth pereopod; meri and ischia unarmed.
In pereiopod VII, despite gradual sequential immersion from the unguis to the 5th podite (Fig.
To quantify hoof size, two measurements were taken (Figure 1): 1) hoof length (HL) was defined as the linear distance from the tip of the dew claw to the tip of the medial unguis, and 2) hoof width (HW) was defined as the maximum width of the medial unguis.
Por vecindad, en los traumatismos severos del tercio medio facial, puede haber compromiso del hueso frontal, estructura osea correspondiente al tercio superior; incluso, en profundidad, por traumatismos del complejo naso-maxilar puede verse afectado el etmoides, pasando por el unguis o lacrimal.
Verum Iob, quia nullam hactenus in acerbissimis doloribus ediderat vocem, audita muliere, quae tanquam unguis in ulcere, crudelius in virum suum quovis cacodaemone saeuiebat vultu a seueritatem compositu.
La higa de azabache retira algo a la supersticion de los gentiles, a la cual llamaban fascinium, hoc est unguis medius, virilem membrun significans [...] Hoy dia se usa dar una higa a la persona que estan alabando o parece por extremo bien.
Isolation and structures of a new fungal depsidone related to nidulin and a new phthalide from Emericella unguis. Chem.
Etym XVI, 8, 3, in his list of "de rubris gemmis" where he explains how "Onyx appellata quod habeat in se permixtum candorem in similitudinem unguis humanae": the Plinian source is XXXVII, 90-91).