[ UK /bˈa‍ɪpɛd/ ]
  1. an animal with two feet
  1. having two feet
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How To Use biped In A Sentence

  • Leah then re-entered again bipedally and grabbed the straight branch in front of her with her right hand. 2009 January | Netflow Developments
  • Australopithecus postcranial skeletons demonstrate that these forms were upright bipeds.
  • Apparently facultatively bipedal, with a toothless bird-like skull sporting large orbits, dinosaur-like cervical vertebrae possessing true pneumatic foramina, and reduced gracile forelimbs and a theropod-like pelvis, Effigia is strikingly like ornithomimosaurs (ostrich dinosaurs) in several details, mostly those concerning the skull and cervical vertebrae. Archive 2006-01-01
  • This form developed bipedalism and other adaptations to the newly opening arid savannah landscape and eventually became the ancestor of man.
  • We take the geometry method to derive the inverse kinematics and the center of pressure (COP) of the biped robot.
  • They add that these evolutionary fixes do not ward off an array of problems that arise from our biped stance.
  • An opposing camp argues that bipedalism is simply the most energy-efficient way for a hominid to get around on a flat surface.
  • A patrol of bipedal Inorganics moved past the alley where the scientist and his assistant waited.
  • Some will come as a surprise, like the early small-brained bipedal hominids.
  • If God is a product of evolution, like bipedalism and tool making, well, the jig's up and not just for evangelicals. Pete Enns: Once More, With Feeling: Adam, Evolution And Evangelicals
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