Skull

The skull is a bony structure in the head of most vertebrates (in particular, craniates) that supports the structures of the face and forms a protective cavity for the brain. The skull is composed of two parts: the cranium and the mandible. The skull forms the anterior most portion of the skeleton and is a product of encephalization, housing the b...
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Skull

• (n.) A covering for the head; a skullcap. • (n.) A sort of oar. See Scull. • (n.) A school, company, or shoal. • (n.) The head or brain; the seat of intelligence; mind. • (n.) The skeleton of the head of a vertebrate animal, including the brain case, or cranium, and the bones and cartilages of the face and mouth. See Illu...
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Skull

(also 'blade, thin, belly') when the ball is contacted with the leading edge instead of the face of
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skull

(skul) the skeleton of the head, consisting of the cranium and the mandible. The cranium forms the domed top, back, and sides of the skull; several of its bones are large, smooth, gently curved, and connected to each other by dovetailed joints called sutures, which permit no movement and make the mature skull rigid. The...
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skull

noun the bony skeleton of the head of vertebrates
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Skull

[music] In music, a skull is a wooden percussion instrument similar to a wood block or temple block. ...
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Skull

Skull noun [ See School a multitude.] A school, company, or shoal. [ Obsolete] « A knavish skull of boys and girls did pelt at him.» Warner. « These fishes enter in great flotes and skulls.» Holland.
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skull

A school, company, or shoal. 'A knavish skull of boys and girls did pelt at him.' 'These fishes enter in great flotes and skulls.' (Holland) ... See: School a multitude. ... 1. <anatomy> The skeleton of the head of a vertebrate animal, including the brain case, or cranium, and the bones and cartilages of the face and mouth. ... In many fishes...
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Skull

Hitting the ball above it's centre, thus making it fly very low to the ground.
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skull

In vertebrates, the collection of flat and irregularly shaped bones (or cartilage) that enclose the brain and the organs of sight, hearing, and smell, and provide support for the jaws. In most mammals, the skull consists of 22 bones joined by fibrous immobile joints called sutures. The floor of the s...
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skull

skeletal framework of the head of vertebrates, composed of bones or cartilage, which form a unit that protects the brain and some sense organs. The ... [27 related articles]
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Skull

Skull is slang for a chief or an expert.
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skull

skull, the skeletal structure of the head, composed of the facial and cranial bones. The skull houses and protects the brain and most of the chief sense organs; i.e., the eyes, ears, nose, and tongue. Among humans, some 14 bones shape the face, most occurring in symmetrical pairs. They are the lacri...
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Skull

Skull: The skull is a collection of bones which encase the brain and give form to the head and face. The bones of the skull include the following: the frontal, parietal, occipital, temporal, sphenoid, ethmoid, zygomatic, maxilla, nasal, vomer, palatine, inferior concha, and mandible. The early English word 'skulle' came from the Nordic words 'skal'...
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Skull

the bones that form the framework of the head and enclose and protect the brain and other sensory organs
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skull

The bony casing of the head of vertebrates. The mammalian skull consists primarily of the cranium (the protective casing of the brain) and the bones of the face, which include the maxilla (upper jaw bone), mandible (lower jaw bone), zygomatic bones (cheekbones), and the nasal bones. Closely associat...
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Skull

The bony or cartilaginous framework of the head of vertebrates, made up of the bones of the braincase and face; cranium.
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Skull

The skull is one of the principle groups of bones in the human anatomy. The skull consists of twenty-six bones: eight bones form the skull, which houses the brain and ear ossicles, plus fourteen facial bones, which form the front of the face, jaw, nose, orbits, and the roof of the mouth, three more bones make up the inner ear ossicles, and one more...
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Skull

The skull is the bony structure of the head that encloses the brain and supports the jaws.
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skull

Type: Term Pronunciation: skŭl Synonyms: cranium
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skull

[n] - the bony skeleton of the head of vertebrates
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