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50 examples of  thorax  in sentences

50 examples of thorax in sentences

Insects are made up of a head, thorax and an abdomen.

It divides itself into an upper cavity, the thorax, or chest; and a lower cavity, the abdomen.

49.Showing the Principal Organs of the Thorax and Abdomen in situ.

Apparatus for Illustrating the Movements of Respiration.] It will be noticed that in this experiment the elastic bag and its tube represent the lungs and trachea; and the glass vessel enclosing it, the thorax.

Thorax (Gr. thoraxi, a breast-plate).

The only reason we know for the digression about Perseus which occupies great part of this ode seems to be that Thorax, who engaged Pindar to write it for Hippokleas, and perhaps Hippokleas himself, belonged to the family of the Aleuadai, who were descended through Herakles from Perseus.

My trust is in the kindly courtesy of my host Thorax, of him who to speed my fortune hath yoked this four-horse car of the Pierides, as friend for friend, and willing guide for guide.

He felt as if an enormous weight, as if the whole house, had fallen down upon his chest, so that the thorax, flattened down, touched the back.

The modelling of the thorax, the exquisite roundness and fleshiness of the thighs and arms and belly, the smooth skin-surface expressed throughout in marble, will excite admiration in all who are capable of appreciating this aspect of the statuary's art.

His body, in breadth of the thorax, depth of the abdomen, and general stoutness, has not grown up to the scale of the enormous hands and feet and heavy head.

Both Madonnas might be criticised for unreality, owing to the enormous development of the thorax and something artificial in the type of face.

The apparently small head, the enormous breadth of shoulder, the thorax overweighing the whole figure, the finely modelled legs, the large and powerful extremities, which characterise his style henceforward, culminate in Adam, repeat themselves throughout the genii, govern the prophets.

These, and the stupendous studies of the Albertina Collection at Vienna, including the supine man with thorax violently raised, are worked with careful hatchings, stroke upon stroke, effecting a suggestion of plastic roundness.

Praxiteles might have so expressed the Genius of Eternal Repose; but no Greek sculptor would have given that huge girth to the thorax, or have exaggerated the mighty hand with such delight in sinewy force.

"You thinkas I understand it" Miss Wilkes had become queerly penetrative, and spoke in a way that made one think of a beetle being pinned through the thorax, "that David Cairns merely used his artistic intelligence for our entertainment; that Andrew Bedient is merely an interesting type of sailor and wanderer who has struck it rich?" "Why, yes, Kate, that's the way it got over to me.

I shall merely, therefore, say that it has the broken clavate antennae of Phalidura, only they are here longer than the head and thorax taken together.

The body is very convex:, having the thorax as wide as the abdomen, subquadrate, with very convex sides.

Abdomen joined to thorax by a distinct peduncle.

Thorax haud marginatus lateribus haud rotundatis subcylindricus antice angustius, postice sublobatus.

Thorax convexus antice posticeque marginatus lateribus rotundatis haud marginatis.

This insect differs from the L. unicolor of Stoll, a Javanese insect, inasmuch as its thorax is not dentated, and is marked at the angles with yellow.

The head and thorax are of the colour of the wings, their sides and the conical abdomen being rather lighter.

The thorax is gray, with a narrow, tawny, transverse mark, a lateral white fascia, two black curved marks, and on the hinder part a black spot.

Aenigma cyanipenne, Hope; variety with the whole of the thorax punctulated.

The species is of a pitchy brown, beneath it is yellowish and hairy; the margin of the thorax is yellowish, its disk has many short rust-coloured hairs, the elytra have 9 longitudinal impressed lines, the spaces between transversely striolated and somewhat scaled.

Thorax narrow, the sides slightly rounded so as to be almost continuous with the lateral line of the elytra; behind it projects in the middle, and is notched over the scutellum: of a lively glossy green, the sides broadly margined with yellow.

Thorax, with many scattered punctures, yellow, with a large black mark occupying the greater part of the upper surface, narrowed and notched in front, sinuated slightly on the sides, and with two notches in the middle behind.

Thorax above black, sides and a narrow line down the middle yellow.

Thorax as it were two lobed behind, an angular depression in the middle, and somewhat narrowed in front; legs deep blue with whitish hairs.

Thorax narrowed in front, rounded on the sides and somewhat truncated behind; scutellum triangular, with a notched projection at the base; elytra very short, one-third the length of the body, wide at the base, narrowed at the tip; legs heteromerous, rather short, all the thighs compressed, claws simple.

PLATE 2, FIGURE 2. Black; elytra slightly pitchy; head and thorax thickly punctured; thorax with a cruciform impression on the disk; elytra with three keels meeting before they reach the apex, the intermediate spaces and the apex irregularly punctate.

PLATE 2, FIGURE 2. Black; elytra slightly pitchy; head and thorax thickly punctured; thorax with a cruciform impression on the disk; elytra with three keels meeting before they reach the apex, the intermediate spaces and the apex irregularly punctate.

Thorax as wide as the head, narrowed in front; sides somewhat angular truncated behind, surface irregular; scutellum large, triangular.

PLATE 2, FIGURE 1. Head, thorax, scutellum, body and legs, entirely black.

Thorax with scattered punctures, and three or four depressions on the upper part.

Cinnamon brown, the sides of the thorax with yellowish brown hairs, and patches in the striae of the same coloured hairs.

Thorax very minutely punctured.

Thorax globular, wider than the body.

PLATE 2, FIGURE 6. Head, antennae, thorax, body and legs, black.

The head is coarsely punctured, the thorax minutely chagrined with a deep indented spot on each side behind the middle.

Thorax black, punctured and hairy, a short narrow smooth line on the back behind.

Thorax brownish black, punctured and hirsute, a thick blunt spine from the middle on each side.

Thorax and elytra margined with obscure yellow, thorax with the anterior angles yellow, a few irregular punctures in the middle, and the posterior parts thickly dotted with impressed points; elytra with seven irregular lines of impressed dots, towards the tip they are irregularly dispersed, there are a few irregular yellow streaks near the margins of the elytra; under side blackish brown, tibiae and tarsi yellowish.

Thorax and elytra margined with obscure yellow, thorax with the anterior angles yellow, a few irregular punctures in the middle, and the posterior parts thickly dotted with impressed points; elytra with seven irregular lines of impressed dots, towards the tip they are irregularly dispersed, there are a few irregular yellow streaks near the margins of the elytra; under side blackish brown, tibiae and tarsi yellowish.

This differs from Australica in having the thorax narrower, and the antennae longer and less thickened at the end.

Head, thorax, and abdomen grey above, whitish below; antennae black, ringed with white.

Head, thorax, and abdomen grey above, beneath paler: antennae black, ringed with white.

Thorax black, with two transverse lines anteriorly and the sides posteriorly yellowish, legs black, spotted with white, densely clothed with fulvous hairs at the base of the coxae.

Thorax black, legs black except the coxae which are white.

PLEURA, the serous membrane that lines the interior of the thorax and invests the lungs.