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Synonyms for external

appearing as such but not necessarily so

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outward features

happening or arising or located outside or beyond some limits or especially surface

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coming from the outside

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from or between other countries

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purely outward or superficial

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A block needle is inserted in an inferior-to-superior direction toward the plane between the pectineus and obturator externus muscles under in-plane ultrasound guidance using peripheral nerve stimulation.
The obturator externus originates from the external bony margin of the obturator foramen and passes like a sling under the femoral neck to insert on the piriformis fossa of the femur (4).
These travel along 2-3 cm in oblique tunnel (obturator canal) formed by obturator externus and internus muscles.
Michaelis, "Myotomy of iliopsoas and obliquus externus abdominis for severe spastic flexion contracture at the hip," Paraplegia, vol.
The fertilization duct defines the part of the duct that connects the spermatheca with the uterus externus that opens outside through genital opening (Sierwald, 1989; Senglet, 2004).
obliquus externus et internus abdominis strength than Sport Education students.
(31) De officiis, III.5.21: "Detrahere igitur alteri aliquid et hominem hominis incommodo suum commodum augere magis est contra naturam quam mors, quam paupertas, quam dolor, quam cetera, quae possunt aut corpori accidere aut rebus externus."
Muscles involved in movement of the dorsal and ventral pharyngeal jaws were removed and weighed: levator externi 2, 3, 4 (LE2, LE3, LE4), levator posterior (LP), protractor pectoralis (PP), pharyngohyoideus (PH), pharyngocleithralis externus (PHCE), pharnygocleithralis internus (PHCI), and retractor dorsalis (RD) (Fig.
He calls this kind of consciousness an "Externus type of thinking" (p.
The gluteals (maximus, medius, and minimus) and the "deep six" muscles of the hip (piriformis, quadratus femoris, obturator internus, obturator externus, gemellus superior, and gemellus inferior) serve to flex, extend, abduct, adduct, and medially or laterally rotate the hip.
The Government in the democratic state is not the "episcopus externus" [external bishop] of the early Christian empire.
Larvae of the caddis flies Asynarchus nigriculus Banks and Limnephilus externus (Hagen) are among the most abundant (in terms of biomass) and conspicuous benthic invertebrates at Mexican Cut.
1 The externi were specifically ineligible for membership of the first choir,(24) and they evidently took no part even in the musically much less demanding Neujahrsingen (New Year singing).(25) Nor has evidence yet been put forward to show that any individual externus performed with the first choir as a supernumerary.(26)
It has also been suggested that other muscles, such as the pubocaudalis externus, levator caudae, and depressor caudae, may play a role in assisting the lateralis caudae in rectricial abduction.