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(biology) a branching or armlike part of an animal

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// (B): Quod monear non est, quia si furaberis ipse /grandia mala, tibi, "brachia macra" dabo (CP 72).
The brachiolaria has morphological specializations for benthic settlement--three brachia and the adhesive disc (Byrne et al., 2001; Byrne, 2006).
Neque illud magis tolerandum, quod brachia ad paucos dies quam sunt nati exerunt, quod ipsum lacertos torosque facit imbecilliores.
Similarly, the added description of Lot's children as incestuous in Psalm 83 -'Ashur, though further of[f] he ly, / assisteth Lotts incestious brood' - was suggested by Beza's expansion of the allusion to Genesis 19: 36-8 in the Psalmist's verse 8: Et Assur orbe ab vltimo / Incestuosae qui Lothi propagini/Armata brachia commodat.
Ista et alia bona faciendo refulserunt eius digita et brachia. Nullus ergo debet, dilectissimi fratres, dubitare elemosynam donare, dum sic plus Dominus fideles suos facit in aeterna vita claros habitare'.
Vicina quantum uitis lasciuit in vlmo, Et tortiles per ilicem Brachia proceram stringunt immensa corymbi, Tantum Neaera si queas In mea nexilibus proserpere colla lacertis, Tali Neaera si queam Candida perpetuum nexu tua colla ligare, Iungens perenne basium: Tunc me nec Cereris, nec amici cura Lyaei, Soporis aut amabilis, Vita, tuo de purpureo diuelleret ore.
Thermographic images to assess blood flow to the brachia were obtained with a portable, handheld infrared camera (eMERGE Vision Diagnostic Thermal Imaging System 500 [eVs DTIS 500], Sebastian, FL, USA) while the flamingo was restrained manually (Fig 2).
The muscles involved with the deceleration phase are the rotator cuff muscles, triceps brachia, brachialis, supinator, and forearm extensor muscles.
Brachiolaria larvae, which are characterized by a specialized attachment complex comprising three larval arms (brachia) and an adhesive disc, occur in the life cycle of many asteroids whatever their nutritional mode (planktotrophy versus lecithotrophy) or their developmental habitat (pelagic, benthic, or intragonadal) (McEdward and Janies, 1993, 1997; Byrne, 1999; McEdward and Miner, 2001; Byrne et al., 2003).
Proteus tua damna levabit, quoque modo repares quae periere, dabit, decipiat ne te versis tamen ille figuris, impediant geminas vincula firma manus.' Pervenit ad vatem iuvenis resolutaque somno alligat aequorei brachia capta senis.
Caput excutiunt, brachia exerunt, manus in altum expandum" (XVIII, "De disciplina in mensa servanda, et primo in habitu et gestu"); cfr.