- n. Plural form of spine.
“Now I give plenty of credit to catfish noodlers who get cut up by fin spines and the occasional muskie man that gets a clamp-down on his hand.”
“However, the person who said that Democrats lack spines is very correct.”
“Breaking spines is complete sacriledge in my book (LOL) but then I'm rather ... pedantic ... about dog earing the corners.”
“Prickly pear - nothing with potentially painful spines is worth the trouble of eating.”
“JH - Mr Anders addressed this above, but thinks the idea of editors with jelly spines is crazy talk.”
“In the brain, these connections between neurons are formed by small protrusions called "spines", which are spread on branches of neurons called spines are crucial for normal brain function.”
“If, like me, you have soft hands and don’t want to risk being impaled by urchin spines, wear a sturdy glove on the hand holding the urchin.”
“If the spines are the screw-in type, they can come loose.”
“Excepting the formidable armature of the cone of P. pungens, the spines are the strongest and most persistent of all the species of eastern North”
“The scales of the back are small and unequal; they gradually increase in size as they approach the base of the conical spines, which is surrounded with a ring of larger scales with longer spines; the large spines are conical; rather compressed, spinulose below, smooth and acute at the tip, and are usually furnished with a sharp-toothed ridge on the front edge, and sometimes on both.”
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