Bone

Bones are rigid organs that constitute part of the endoskeleton of vertebrates. They support and protect the various organs of the body, produce red and white blood cells and store minerals. Bone tissue is a type of dense connective tissue. Bones come in a variety of shapes and have a complex internal and external structure, are lightweight yet st...
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Bone

British Rail Class 58 diesel-electric locomotive
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Bone

Dropped by Skeletons, these bones are useless in their initial state; however, when placed in a crafting grid, 1 Bone will produce 3 Bonemeal.
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bone

(bōn) the hard, rigid type of connective tissue that makes up most of the skeleton of a vertebrate and is composed chiefly of calcium salts. any distinct piece of the skeleton of the body of a vertebrate. There are 206 separate bones in the human body; they are bound together by ligaments at the joints and ...
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bone

[n] - the porous calcified substance from which bones are made 2. [n] - rigid connective tissue that makes up the skeleton of vertebrates 3. [n] - a shade of white the color of bleached bones 4. [v] - remove the bones from (an animal)
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Bone

• (v. t.) To sight along an object or set of objects, to see if it or they be level or in line, as in carpentry, masonry, and surveying. • (n.) Dice. • (v. t.) To withdraw bones from the flesh of, as in cookery. • (n.) Anything made of bone, as a bobbin for weaving bone lace. • (n.) Whalebone; hence, a piece of whalebone or...
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bone

os noun rigid connective tissue that makes up the skeleton of vertebrates
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Bone

[corsetry] In corsetry, a bone is one of the rigid parts of a corset that forms its frame and gives it rigidity. ==Purpose, history and materials== The purpose of the boning in a corset varies slightly from era to era. Generally, the cinching/shaping properties of corsetry puts strain onto the fabric from which the corset is made. The bonin...
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Bone

Naval To Bone. Common (originally Naval) slang for to pilfer, steal or scrounge. The word comes from the name of a Boatswain in Admiral Cornwallis's Flag Ship, who was notorious for making good deficiencies in his stores by stealing from other ships. The Admiral is reported to have said to the Boatswain on one occasion: 'I trust, Mr. Bone, y...
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Bone

Bone noun [ Middle English bon , ban , Anglo-Saxon bān ; akin to Icelandic bein , Swedish ben , Dan. & Dutch been , German bein bone, leg; confer Icelandic beinn straight.] 1. (Anat.) The hard, calcified tissue of the ske...
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Bone

Bone transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Boned ; present participle & verbal noun Boning .] 1. To withdraw bones from the flesh of, as in cookery. 'To bone a turkey.' Soyer. 2. To put whalebone i...
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bone

1. <anatomy> The hard, calcified tissue of the skeleton of vertebrate animals, consisting very largely of calcic carbonate, calcic phosphate, and gelatine; as, blood and bone. ... Even in the hardest parts of bone there are many minute cavities containing living matter and connected by minute canals, some of which connect with larger canals t...
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Bone

A material which makes up the skeleton of an animal. Primarily based on phosphate and carbonate. Bones are strong because they contain calcium. Bones are hollow and contain a soft substance called bone marrow.
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Bone

A rigid object analogous to a real bone, placed inside the ‘skeleton` of a character during the process of rigging it for animation. When a bone is moved, it acts upon the mesh of the character model, deforming it.
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bone

A solid, rigid, ossified connective tissue forming an organ of the skeletal system.
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Bone

A type of connective tissue that forms the canine skeleton. Informally used to suggest a quantitative characteristic of limb bones in proportion to the overall size of the dog.
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Bône

Bône: see Annaba, Algeria.
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Bone

Bone is moslty composed of hard calcium phosphate plus a slightly flexible collagen matrix.
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Bone

Bone is slang for to steal or to take possession of.
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bone

bone, hard tissue that forms the skeleton of the body in vertebrate animals. In the very young, the skeleton is composed largely of cartilage and is therefore pliable, reducing the incidence of bone fracture and breakage in childhood. The inorganic, or mineral, content of bone is mainly calcium, pho...
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Bone

Bone: Bone is the substance that forms the skeleton of the body. It is composed chiefly of calcium phosphate and calcium carbonate. It also serves as a storage area for calcium, playing a large role in calcium balance in the blood. The 206 bones in the body serve several other purposes. They support and protect internal organs (for example, the sku...
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Bone

Bones (or osseous material) serve a number of diverse purposes in the human anatomy. In addition to providing structure, protection, and support for the organs of the body, bones also house marrow, which produces blood cells. Within the bones are also stored the calcium deposits which the body may access, via resorption, when needed. Additionally, ...
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Bone

Bones from a wide variety of animals were used. It can be cut, carved and decorated easily Uses: Whole - tools, handles, flutes Ground - grog for pottery Roast - source of potash
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bone

Contents • Compact bone • Spongy bone • Bone formation • Bone growth • Classification of bones • How to maintain healthy bones A connective tissue consisting of three types of cell that contribute to bone homeostasis. These are bone-building osteoblasts, stationary...
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Bone

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