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- n. Plural form of naris.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n.pl. The nostrils or nasal openings, -- the anterior nares being the external or proper nostrils, and the posterior nares, the openings of the nasal cavities into the mouth or pharynx.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Plural of naris.
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Paul (1987a, b) seems to have been the first to reject the scavenging hypothesis, at least in print, stating of Quetzalcoatlus that ‘Its slender, two-meter beak, with only thin bars around the external nares, is too weak for regular scavenging’ (p. 20).
Located between the tip of the snout and the eye on each side of the head are two small openings called the nares analogous to nostrils.
As in the other photos, the two spots above the fish's mouth are are olfactory organs called nares, which are analogous to human nostrils. sponsored by
The two spots above the fish's mouth are olfactory organs called nares, which are analogous to human nostrils.
A trickle of blood slid from its nares, and the bright eye closed.
Pathogenic staphylococci from the interior nares: incidence and differentiation.
His nares freely bled distinctively dark red blood which flowed to mix with the lighter sticky red of his foes-, most of which had dried with loose feathers, dirt, twigs and other debris glued into it.
The things that look like eyes are actually nose-like things called nares.
While I liked Michelle Monaghan as Casey Affleck's better half in GONE BABY GONE, I was impressed by how untouched her nose was, with a long and wide bridge and bilateral nares that, during moments of extreme emotion, dilate to the size of shotgun barrels.
Her nares seem unusually small, while the attendant ala suggest an abundance of fibrofatty tissue not commonly seen in Caucasian women.