Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. The cuneiform bone of the carpus, more fully called os pyramidate.

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Examples

  • Dispersed in the grasslands are trees of Crecentia cujete, Ceiba pentandra, Lecythis minor, Ochroma pyramidale, Prosopis juliflora, Cavanillesia platanifolia and palms trees of Sabal mauritiiformis, Acrocomia aculeate, Attalea butyracea and several Bactris spp.

    Sinú Valley dry forests

  • In some respects this enthusiasm for the Middle Ages and for Gothic architecture in particular was a matter of fashion: thus Parisian letters of 1834 record as superlatives current in the salons — alongside such curiosities as pyramidale, babylonien, and apocalyptique — the epithets gothique, ogival, and flamboyant.

    CONCEPT OF GOTHIC

  • Balsa wood, Ochroma pyramidale, is a hardwood, whereas pitch pine, Pinus rigida, a very durable timber, is a softwood.

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  • Figure 2D, we illustrate the spontaneous baseline activity of 1-3 Hz observed under control conditions, the increased 5-10 Hz field activity recorded in the stratum pyramidale of CA3 during application of 10 μM Cch and the synaptic enhancement observed in the cornus ammonis 1 (CA1) region.

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  • Hippocampal CA1 stratum pyramidale is in the upper left region of the movie with the proximal portion of stratum radiatum emerging towards the lower right quadrant of the movie.

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  • Hippocampal regions CA1 stratum pyramidale (SP) and stratum radiatum (SR) are illustrated.

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  • Optime distinxit Cavanilles: Pericajrpium caiyce paulo brevius et obductum, pyramidale, setis densis pungentibus hispidum.

    Prodromus stirpium in horto ad Chapel Allerton vigentium

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