Noun(1) (Greek mythology(2) a collection of maps in book form(3) the 1st cervical vertebra(4) a figure of a man used as a supporting column
(1) The plot is about as difficult to read as a road atlas .(2) Mercator's main work, an atlas , was published in several editions from 1585 on and beyond his death in 1594.(3) From a pathologist's perspective, this book would not substitute for a comprehensive pathology textbook or atlas of coronary artery disease.(4) a road atlas(5) Carl had been poring over the pages of a road atlas .(6) The atlas may be fused with the occipital bone in varying degrees.(7) Although the atlas and axis are missing, the remaining cervical vertebrae are present and well preserved.(8) The endocrine system will be considered in Section 15 of this atlas .(9) This convenient pocket atlas succinctly describes the ear points, teaches the practitioner how to locate them precisely, and empowers the practitioner in their use.(10) It is transported throughout the body within blood vessels, which is the subject of Section 8 of this atlas .(11) Back at home, he went into his den and got out his road atlas .(12) The school has no electricity and no running water, classes of up to 70, teachers who often do not get paid their five dollars a week and the only book is an atlas from 1956.(13) However, by forging a visual link between anatomical dissection and the process of birth, Smellie's atlas makes visible the internal forces working on the mother and the fetus.(14) If you're hiring a car, you may need a road atlas .(15) I looked in the atlas to find a map of Italy(16) Neither the atlas nor the second vertebra bears ribs.
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