Definition of Incurvations
1. incurvation [n] - See also: incurvation
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Literary usage of Incurvations
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Lectures on the Structure and Physiology of the Parts Composing the Skeleton by James Wilson (1820)
"incurvations of the spine so frequently happen, and in females are productive of ... incurvations of the vertebral column are of two kinds, one arising from ..."
2. Encyclopaedia Britannica, a Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature and edited by Hugh Chisholm (1910)
"2) with slight incurvations was known to- the ancient Egyptians.1 There is also extant a fine example of the guitar, with ribs and ..."
3. The New-England Journal of Medicine and Surgery: And Collateral Branches of edited by Walter Channing, John Ware (1822)
"On incurvations of the spine. ' In females, before and sometime after the age of puberty, the spine not unfrequently inclines to one side, ..."
4. Old English Instruments of Music: Their History and Character by Francis William Galpin (1911)
"Here and in carvings and illuminations of the same period it is shown as having a long body with incurvations at the sides and a neck from which the ..."