from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. See phalanx.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. One of the bones of the finger or toe, also called phalanx.
- n. A political movement, the Falange.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In anatomy and zoology, a phalanx of a digit.
- n. In entomology, any one of the joints of an insect's tarsus: generally used collectively of all the joints, exclusive or not of the metatarsus: as, the anterior phalanges.
- n. In botany, a bundle of stamens joined more or less by their filaments: as, the phalanges of stamens in a diadelphous or polyadelphous flower.
- n. Same as phalangiid.
"I know very little about the tactics of Fourieristic-phalanxes, but believe a phalange is a community or association of about eighteen hundred persons, who were supposed or intended to practice the
Watching Mr. Colom before the cameras, gesturing nervously and backed by his phalange of sweaty rumpled henchmen, the only thing missing were the tattoos and the hand signs; but is all the same thing, these are cholos in neck ties.
Dr. Fong initially reserves an opinion regarding the return to full service for the pinkie, as the saw blade blasted most of the bone below the joint, or proximal phalange, and the cartilage is shredded.
The first joint was all right, but the second phalange was cracked, I thought.
Also, who said that the phalange and Ahrar militias committed sectarian and ethnic massacres towards Muslims and Palestinians in eastern Beirut?
But I would be offended if someone gave me a phalange cake after I had lost some...
Just go to the store, pick out a nice femur, a jaw-dropping scapula, or a breathtaking phalange, and be on your merry osteoporosis-free way.
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I crook my knees around the forward phalange of their wing.
And I had all kinds of good connections in South Africa, but he -- he's very closely protected from the media by a sort of phalange of -- phalanx, I should say, of -- of press assistants, and so I didn't get to him in time to do the book.
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