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Except for the striations on the connecting link, the Irish so-called mamillary fibulæ are almost always plain; but
Nautilus "(1832), Professor Owen describes" on each side, at the roots of the branchiæ, "" a small mamillary eminence with a transverse slit which conducts from the branchial cavity into the pericardium.
The yellow-flowering gourd, called _penca_, has two kinds or varieties, the common and mamillary, owing to the fruit of the latter having a large nipple-shaped process at the end.
A General History and Collection of Voyages and Travels - Volume 05 Arranged in Systematic Order: Forming a Complete History of the Origin and Progress of Navigation, Discovery, and Commerce, by Sea and Land, from the Earliest Ages to the Present Time
In the sacral region, these fasciculi arise from the back of the sacrum, as low as the fourth sacral foramen, from the aponeurosis of origin of the Sacrospinalis, from the medial surface of the posterior superior iliac spine, and from the posterior sacroiliac ligaments; in the lumbar region, from all the mamillary processes; in the thoracic region, from all the transverse processes; and in the cervical region, from the articular processes of the lower four vertebræ.
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