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from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun In anatomy, a series of muscular slips, derived from the longissimus dorsi, which pass between and connect the spinous processes of vertebræ: usually divided into the spinalis dorsi and spinalis colli, according to its relation with the back and the neck respectively.

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