Definition of Lacrymals
1. lacrymal [n] - See also: lacrymal
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Literary usage of Lacrymals
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History by American Museum of Natural History (1921)
"This character, which was called to the writer's attention by Prof. WK Gregory, is related to the contact of the lacrymals with the surrounding bones. ..."
2. On the Anatomy of Vertebrates by Richard Owen (1866)
"... in the Sheep the nasals join the lacrymals, rarely the ... but not the lacrymals,—a vacuity, which is not present or is rudimental in the Sheep, ..."
3. On the Anatomy of Vertebrates by Richard Owen (1866)
"... the connections of these bones ; in the Sheep the nasals join the lacrymals, ... but not the lacrymals,—a vacuity, which is not present or is rudimental ..."
4. Catalogue of Mammalia in the Indian Museum, Calcutta by John Anderson, William Lutley Sclater, Indian Museum (1891)
"Skulls.—Premaxillae do not articulate with the nasals and the maxillae are separated by small bones. lacrymals protrude forward beyond the ..."
5. The Encyclopaedia Britannica: “a” Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature edited by Hugh Chisholm (1911)
"... and lacrymals perforated by the naso-lacrymal duct. The nasals vary much in length, mostly in conformity with that of the ..."
6. A Supplementary English Glossary by Thomas Lewis Owen Davies (1881)
"Something else I said that made her laugh in the midst of her lacrymals.—Richardson, Grandison, vi. 317. LACUNE, a gnp. It is plain that after them there is ..."