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Results for: membrane which lines the uterus, mucous membrane lining wombTranslations 1 - 30 of 414
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membrane which lines the uterus, mucous membrane lining wombendometrium
(Anatomy) either of two small funnel-shaped cartilages located to the rear of larynx; muscle connected to the arytenoid cartilage; small mucous gland in front of the arytenoid cartilage, pertaining to two small cartilages located on top of the cricoid ...arytenoid
(Anatomy) layer covering the neuraxon, membrane surrounding the nerve fiber (also neurilema), membrane covering nerve fiber, neurolemmaneurilemma
(Anatomy) pertaining to the epicardium, pertaining to the outer membrane of the heartepicardial
(Anatomy) pertaining to the mesentery (membrane which connects abdominal organs)mesenteric
(Anatomy) small frenum, membrane or ligament which restrains motion, bristle on hind wing of moths, small membranefrenulum
(Biology) formation of the epithelium, formation of the layer of cells which lines bodily organs and surfacesepithelization
(Biology) pertaining to the endothelium (layer of cells lining the heart, blood and lymph vessels, and serous cavities)endothelial
(Biology) pertaining to the epithelium, pertaining to the layer of cells lining bodily organs and surfaces, forming a protective layer of surface tissueepithelial
(Biology) protoplasm of the cell (located outside the nucleus and membrane), cell material excluding the nucleuscytoplasm
(Biology) tumor of the endothelium (layer of cells lining the heart, blood and lymph vessels, and serous cavities)endothelioma
(Computers) process through which curved lines appear to have a jagged edge due to low-end graphics capabilities; creation of a false frequency when sampling audio data (caused by a low sampling rate)aliasing
(Embryology) of the decidua (mucous membrane lining the uterus which is shed at childbirth)decidual
(Embryology) pertaining to a decidua (mucous membrane lining the uterus which is shed at childbirth)deciduate
(from French) lining; ornamental lining of a book cover, lining in book coverdoublure
(Graphics) most basic geometric shapes (lines, points, squares, and circles); simplest elements of a computer program (Programming); basic commands (in Machine Language)primitives
(Internet, Computers) computer that handles telephone calls through the Internet (collects incoming calls and directs them out through ISDN lines)aggregator
(Medicine) disorder affecting women in which uterine tissue grows outside the uterus (in the pelvic cavity, ovaries, etc.), presence of endometrium elsewhere than wombendometriosis
(Medicine) growth on the skin or mucous membrane (type of wart), benign skin tumorpapilloma
(Medicine) inflammation of the sinuses (especially the sinuses connected to the nasal passages), inflammation of sinus liningsinusitis
(Medicine) palpatory pressure applied to an object causing a bouncing or tossing about (especially regarding a pregnancy test in which pressure is applied to the uterus to feel for a fetus)ballottement
(Printing) number of lines; payment according to the number of lines, lineage, number of printed lines, payment by the linelinage
3-person relationship, 3-sided plane polygon, drafting instrument for ruling lines, object with 3 sides, percussion instrument, see also:eternal triangle, set square, shape having three sides and three corners, three-sided polygon; group of threetriangle
A standard for tv/video display which uses 625 scan lines per frame and twenty-five frames per second (popular in Europe and Australia)PAL (phase alternate line)
a support for something constructed, adjuster for drum tension, appliance affixed to teeth, bracer, bracket connecting lines of music, clamp, pair, prepare for something, reinforce, strengthen, rest, prop; rope on a sailboat; pair, couple, rope control...brace
a trademark for a sheepskin boot with a fleecy liningugh boot
abdomen, belly (Anatomy, Zoology); uterus of a woman (Law), belly of animal with backbone, body part resembling abdomen, female plant part, hollow or cavity, soft part of muscle, wombventer
abdominal lining, serous membrane lining the abdominal cavity (Anatomy)peritoneum
able to grow, able to survive outside the womb, capable of living; having a reasonable chance of succeeding, practical; having the ability to survive outside the uterus (of a fetus), practicable or worthwhileviable
acquire monopoly of, area enclosed by converging lines, control of a market, difficult situation, force into difficult position, hold at bay; gain advantage on the market; approach; catch, trap, in corner of something, intended for corner, kick or shot...corner
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