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Meanings and phrases
- located at or near or behind a part or near the end of a structure
- coming at a subsequent time or stage; later; ulterior
- a tooth situated at the back of the mouth; back tooth
- the fleshy part of the human body that you sit on; buttocks; nates; arse; butt; backside; bum; buns; can; fundament; hindquarters; hind end; keister; prat; rear; rear end; rump; stern; seat; tail; tail end; tooshie; tush; bottom; behind; derriere; fanny; ass
- temporal artery that supplies the posterior part of the cortex of the temporal lobe; posterior temporal artery
- skeletal muscle that draws the rib cage backward and downward; posterior serratus muscle; serratus posterior
- posterior branch of the facial vein; formed by temporal veins in front of the ear; retromandibular vein; vena retromandibularis
- veins that pass posterior from the labia majora to the internal pudendal vein; venae labiales posteriores
- branch of the ascending pharyngeal artery that supplies the dura mater of the posterior cranial fossa
- either one of the two posterior openings at the back of the nasal cavity leading to the nasopharynx
- the posterior lobe of the pituitary body; primarily glandular in nature; posterior pituitary gland; neurohypophysis; pars nervosa
- the posterior lobe of the pituitary body; primarily glandular in nature; posterior pituitary; neurohypophysis; pars nervosa
- skeletal muscle that draws the rib cage backward and downward; serratus posterior; musculus serratus posterior
posterior subcapsular cataract
- a cataract in the rear of the lens capsule
- adhesion between the iris and the lens
- temporal artery that supplies the posterior part of the cortex of the temporal lobe; arteria temporalis posterior
- arises near the apex of the heart and empties into the coronary sinus; vena posterior ventriculi sinistri
- skeletal muscle that draws the rib cage backward and downward; posterior serratus muscle; musculus serratus posterior
- a thin quadrilateral muscle at the junction of the thoracic and lumbar regions; acts to counteract the pull of the diaphragm on the ribs to which it is attached
- a thin quadrilateral muscle of the upper and dorsal part of the thorax; acts to elevate the upper ribs
- a deep muscle of the leg; tibialis posticus
vena posterior ventriculi sinistri
- arises near the apex of the heart and empties into the coronary sinus; posterior vein of the left ventricle
- The anterior part is pale brown, whereas the posterior part is darker brown.
- Valeriano also designed the posterior part (1589) of the church of Gesù in Genoa.
- The sternum is longer than it is wide, and has sigillae at least in the posterior part.
- A rusty colour appears towards the posterior end.
- The keel is prominent between mantle and posterior end.
- The posterior end of the foot in this species can act as a sucker.
- The pink papershell has a thin, compressed, elongate shell, with rounded anterior and posterior ends.
- The anterior and posterior ridges are arranged in such a way that they interlock with each other and close the canal.
- Cream background with a narrow black-brown longitudinal median line which doesn’t reach the anterior and posterior margins.
- Two small spines are present at the posterior margin of eye orbit (the postorbital spines).
- The anal fin is almost as large as the second dorsal fin and lies slightly behind; it has a deep notch in the posterior margin.
- There is orange elongated spot beginning at the cerebral eyespot fading into a white median stripe that ends close to the posterior margin.
- The first dorsal fin originates over the posterior half of the pectoral fin bases.
- The whip-like dorsal electroreceptive appendage inserts in the posterior half of the body.
- These keels are produced by the posterior half (metazonite) of each body ring behind the collum.
- The aperture is suboval The posterior angle is acute.
- The posterior angle is decidedly obtuse.
- The posterior portion of "Terlinguachelys"' mandible for example has several elements that are reduced in later forms.
- It has three photophores on the posterior portion of the abdomen and the males have a long tail which bears seven deeply embedded long and thin photophores.
- The dentary is as long as deep, bearing a row of 7–8 conical teeth on the posterior portion, and there are upper and lower pharyngeal tooth plates bearing 9–11 and 7–9 teeth respectively.