74) Commonly, the term maua means 'we two', according to the Polynesian lexicon database POLLEX
Polyonyx gomesi Santos, Moratalla, and Royo-Torres, 2009 (Middle Jurassic, Portugal) is mainly characterized by wide-gauge trackways, pes print with claws I-II with forward orientation and III-IV laterally oriented, asymmetric manus prints with well-developed pollex
marks and low heteropody (Santos et al.
The first digit, the pollex
, was reduced to the size of a pad and covered by a nail, while digits 2-4 terminated with claws.
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And adding even more detail to the linguistic map is the almost ostentatious technical and scientific vocabulary in the narrative: pollex
, surd, calenture, spalling, birl, fleam, ferrule, pelisse, blouson, marasmus, shallop, spurlinglines .
Byers y Roggero, 1992, Issikiella amazonica Byers y Florez, 1995, y Pazius cintipes Byers y Florez, 1995.
1994) en los dedos IV y V, asi como del pollex
, en este icnogenero, pueden deberse a una impresion imperfecta.
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It cascades down and covers every open surface of the USNS Pollex
, a Fast Sealift Ship of the Military Sealift Command.
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Machos con excrescencia nupcial cornificada, cubre total o parcialmente la superficie dorsal del pollex
, en algunos ejemplares cubre la membrana entre los dedos manuales I y II y se extiende hasta el borde interno del dedo II.
(fixed finger) was inserted into a lower fixed steel ring, and the dactyl into an upper ring mounted on a flexible 2-min-thick steel beam bearing two strain gauges (Bean BAE-13-250BB-350TE; 350[Ohms]) that were connected to a Wheatstone bridge and a chart recorder.
6) The use of ~thumb' in these expressioas, then, reflects a transfer from a literal, mechanical context to a figurative one, behind which a much earlier borrowing from the register of humaa anatomy into the realm of mechanics is to be assumed: the humaa thumb has long been recognized as the most powerful of digits; compare Isidore of Seville: Primus pollex
vocatus, eo quid inter ceteros polleat virtute et potestate.
For instance, while Bohn admits to joking in class about a "rule of pollex
," he says he never calls it anything but a thumb when talking with nurses or writing for physicians.