Definition of Skulls
1. Noun. (plural of skull) ¹
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Definition of Skulls
1. skull [v] - See also: skull
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Literary usage of Skulls
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1. Report of the Annual Meeting (1904)
"Important and interesting as are the facts which may be ascertained from a study of a series of skulls regarding the size and form of the brain, ..."
2. Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History by American Museum of Natural History (1921)
"The material consisted of the following skulls: Crocodilos americanus, a large series, ranging from 6.3 cm. to 73.5 cm. in length; a series of skulls of ..."
3. The American Antiquarian and Oriental Journal by Stephen Denison Peet (1904)
"To the Disentis type belong most of the Wallis skulls and part of the Waadtland crania, but not the brachycephalic lake-dweller skulls of Switzerland. ..."
4. The Variation of Animals and Plants Under Domestication by Charles Darwin (1899)
"but of small size, and they all have skulls with slightly lessoned capacities. The three Porto Santo feral rabbits (Nos. 8 to 10) offer a perplexing case; ..."
5. Report of the Annual Meeting (1860)
"Local mean solar time has been used throughout." Report on a Series of skulls of various Tribes of Mankind Inhabiting Nepal, collected, and presented to the ..."
6. The Races of Man: An Outline of Anthropology and Ethnography by Joseph Deniker (1900)
"The exceptions put forward, like the skulls of upper Grenelle (Seine), ... Perhaps we should refer to this period the skulls which cannot be definitely ..."
7. The Historical Writings of John Fiske by John Fiske (1892)
"Round skulls the summit were upwards of seventy raised poles about four feet apart, connected by numerous rows of cross-poles passed through holes in the ..."
8. Proceedings of the Royal Society of Edinburgh by Royal Society of Edinburgh (1900)
"Decorated and Sculptured skulls from New Guinea. By Professor Sir Win. ... The ten skulls to which I would direct attention this evening were collected in ..."