How To Use Jawbone In A Sentence

  • Congresswoman Weintrob jawboned local officials about their responsibilities toward the immigrant community.
  • A large skull with deep-set eye sockets that appeared to stare at one had the title Aryan (Germanic) written beneath its pronounced jawbone. Soul
  • When you chew gum, the repetitive movement of your jaw puts added tension on the muscles and joints where your jawbone meets your skull, Urbaniak says.
  • Homo erectus was then known only from fossils discovered in Java in the 1890s—although the remains a jawbone, skullcap, thighbone, and two teeth were initially classified as Pithecanthropus erectus, or the “erect ape man.” Ancestral Passions
  • Hoss jumped, and the horse shied, the twin jolts coming together in the agony of his jawbone.
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  • The membrane behind the jawbone is essentially avascular and bleeds very little, if at all, and although I have no doubt that this procedure causes some minor discomfort for the fish, keep in mind these creatures routinely eat very spiny baitfish, so they are used to puncture wounds inside the mouth. The Fine Art of Gaffing
  • Mrs Callaway received treatment for a broken jawbone, chipped cheekbone and bumps and scrapes all over her body.
  • Oh, and I sold (or maybe "resold," depends on whether or not the editor decides that the New Wyrd chapbook counts) my short story "Jawbone of an Ass" to "SHE NAILED THE STAKE THROUGH HIS HEAD: TALES OF BIBLICAL HORROR," which is being published by Dybbuk Press (editor Tim Lieder.) Day in the Life of an Idiot
  • The jawbone was our most valuable find/discovery.
  • These sounds are received as echoes in the dolphin's jawbone and the signal is transmitted to its brain.
  • Huevito sits on a cajón (box drum), plays the jawbone of an ass (quijada ) and is a zapateo shoe-dancer extraordinaire (as shown at Litchfield in the photo by Fran Kaufman). NPR Topics: News
  • When Bush first ran for president in 2000, he criticized the Clinton administration for high fuel prices and said the president must "jawbone" oil producing nations and persuade them to drop rates. Have I mentioned how much I hate hypocrisy?
  • At the GOP debate in Manchester NH on January 26, 2000, Bush said he would be the most successful at keeping oil prices low because he would "jawbone" OPEC nations to keep oil prices down. Three Big Fibs on the Economy
  • They have thin lips and papery eyelids, box jawbones, prominent Adam's apples and withered hearts.
  • It travels through an opening, or foramen, that is close to the jawbone and serves many of the organs of the upper chest, including the heart, stomach, and esophagus. Meditation as Medicine
  • The man's skeleton was missing its lower legs, while the woman's skull had lost its jawbone.
  • The scholar Eric Lott has noted, “The very instrumentation of minstrel bands followed this pattern: the banjo and jawbone were black, while the fiddle, bones, and tambourine derived perhaps from an instrument called the bodhran were Irish.” A Renegade History of the United States
  • Congresswoman Weintrob jawboned local officials about their responsibilities toward the immigrant community.
  • When teeth are lost, the jawbone may start to shrink.
  • Due to the wide shape of the jawbone it has been postulated that Gigantopithecus was a biped, with the neck placed directly under the skull. On the trail of the orang pendek, Sumatra's mystery ape | Richard Freeman
  • When they have ceased to run, the bundle is opened and the bones taken out and buried, except the lower jawbone, which is preserved, sometimes along with one of the lower arm bones. The Belief in Immortality and the Worship of the Dead, Volume I (of 3) The Belief Among the Aborigines of Australia, the Torres Straits Islands, New Guinea and Melanesia
  • Similarly, one does not throw the press, the public and even the elected representatives of the opposition party out of the room in which government control of one-sixth of the nation's economy is being horse-traded, logrolled, bribed and jawboned into shape in violation of the people's will, all the while praising the closed-door process as "the most transparent in history. Summit Daily News - Top Stories
  • Her cheekbones protrude from the top of her face, the hollows below seem to sink all the way to her teeth before climbing the gully of her jawbones.
  • Congresswoman Weintrob jawboned local officials about their responsibilities toward the immigrant community.
  • Cavitations are chronic infections in the jawbones.
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  • Three-dimensional jawbones and muscles have been made with the printer. The Sun
  • We used to make patus out of the jawbone.
  • Apply the light foundation along the sides of the jawbone to create more width. The Sun
  • She also suffered a broken nose, smashed cheekbones and jawbone and lost several teeth.
  • He blanched a little when he saw the 30 ft long Diplodocus and the life size Tyrannosaurus jawbones.
  • Basescu also jawboned local businesses to renovate schools, while bars and restaurants were encouraged to clean up sidewalks by their premises, which many actually did.
  • Will the new administration "jawbone" the markets or introduce unexpected proposals? Wall Street's Next 100 Days
  • Seigi's first blow bounced off the monster's big jawbone, doing nothing to phase the behemoth.
  • C: \Users\Philip\Pictures\2009-07-30\toot … this is a little hard to see but I drew what my impacted tooth looks like (hitting the tooth in front of it) on an angle/not too far down/in my mouth you cant see the wisdom tooth at all and it looks as if the last tooth in my mouth is up against my jawbone so Im petrified. what kind of impaction is this? how long will it take to remove? Yahoo! Answers: Latest Questions
  • He believes the find is the first jawbone from a meat-eating dinosaur ever found in Maryland. Dinosaur jawbone found in Laurel
  • She let go of his neck, placing her slender fingers on his cheek and tracing his jawbone, a streak of red defining it better.
  • But her work undermines any notion of glamour - her renditions of simians, jawbones and ancient pottery are like junk found in the attic, or in the back room of a dilapidated museum.
  • The lower jawbone of the hippopotamus reveals six incisor teeth, whereas the hippopotamus that survives in Africa has only four incisors.
  • He has to be operated on for an injury to his face, he has shrapnel lodged in his jawbone and a sizeable wound to the left side of his face.
  • The lower jawbone of the hippopotamus reveals six incisor teeth, whereas the hippopotamus that survives in Africa has only four incisors.
  • TO A YOUNG MAN ASPIRING FOR WIZARDRY tektite serpent's jawbone lizard's tail monkey's paw curse of an aging snake, frog's croak distilled in dew sign omens gypsy spells- Archive 2006-09-01
  • Efforts by senior leaders to jawbone banks into lending to companies not targeted by the government campaign have had little effect.
  • To apply powder on top of foundation, fill a brush with powder; knock off any excess; cover the centre panel, across the jawbone and down on to the neck.
  • Lyndon Johnson, a veteran of Senate arm-twisting and cajoling, jawboned to forestall airline and railroad strikes and such. Other presidents 'jawbone,' but Obama 'extorts'
  • He was a short and sturdy man, with wispy gray hair and white stubble framing his jawbone.
  • Fibrous joints also hold the teeth in the jawbone.
  • Halladay, who jawboned his way into being traded to a contending team so he finally could pitch in the playoffs, made a stunning debut, culminating with a dribbler in front of home plate that catcher Carlos Ruiz pounced on and threw to first for the final out. Top Moments: Rethinking Kanye West, the Beatles and The Event
  • French and American paleotologists held that the jawbone and skull were obviously from two different animals and that their discovery was an accident of placement.
  • A bony layer of cementum covers the outside of the root, under the gum line, and holds the tooth in place within the jawbone.
  • She tried to relieve the pressure from its 70 teeth by sticking her thumbs into its jawbone. The Sun
  • As it turned out, the Piltdown forgery was rather crude, involving the filing down of an ape jawbone and its artificial colouring, along with the parts of a modern human cranium.
  • Massage a few drops of the oil on the temples and across the forehead, and then gently down and around the jawbone.
  • She tried to relieve the pressure from its 70 teeth by sticking her thumbs into its jawbone. The Sun
  • Operations that shave jawbones to slim the face are also in demand throughout Southeast Asia.
  • A German man who lost his lower jaw nearly 10 years ago to a malignant tumor regained the ability to eat more than soup this year when he was given an engineered jawbone.
  • Three-dimensional jawbones and muscles have been made with the printer. The Sun
  • She has no idea where the jawbone is or if it has been buried. Plumadore, Kenneth L.
  • Only the tightly clenched line of her jawbone revealed the enormous effort it was taking her just to stand upright.
  • Great bushy burnsides furzed out to his jawbone, and he peered from under the brim's shadow with dark eyes, the lids swollen and hooded as a raptor's. Cold Mountain
  • In some cases, where the jawbones are misaligned, oral surgery may be necessary in addition to orthodontic work.
  • We picnic on a small beach and find a giant fish jawbone.
  • Although myofibroma of the jawbones is a rare lesion, it should be considered in the differential diagnosis of unilocular radiolucent lesions in the mandible, especially in children.
  • The gonia-that's the area beneath your ears where the jawbone turns upward-generally curve more sharply in an Asian jaw. Slate Magazine
  • An 18-year-old Korean boy, who had one side of his jawbone and most of his teeth removed due to a tumor, had stem cells taken from his bone marrow, which were then "multiplied and specialized to form an osteoblast which is a bone-forming cell. LifeSiteNews.com Headlines
  • The majority of jawbone intra-osseous lipomas are found in adults, and of uncertain origin and etiology but are usually associated with molar teeth.
  • Big oil will make more money and like we saw when Dubbyah ‘jawboned’ the price of gas down to 4 bucks a gallon [snark] the oil companies made a record profit. Think Progress » Bush Official Dan Bartlett Admits Authorizing Offshore Oil Drilling Will Be Unlikely To Win Over Any GOP Votes
  • Maybe that's why the Saudis told Bush to jump in the sand when he asked for more oil despite Bush's 2000 election promise to "jawbone" them into lowering oil prices. More Wall Street Profits, More Drilling, More Refineries, Less Innovation
  • Across the River Esk is a whale's jawbone arch, a reminder of the town's maritime history.
  • A bony layer of cementum covers the outside of the root, under the gum line, and holds the tooth in place within the jawbone.
  • Yet unlike the systemic risk problem, which is endlessly jawboned in Washington today, no one is really talking about the dispersion of responsibility problem. Legislating a Conscience on Wall Street
  • The Confidence Man said bjobotts2 said jawboner said ifthethunderdon ... said Elizabeth Edwards Confronts Ann Coulter On Hardball
  • Mr. Powers presents him trying, with the help of relics like Shelley's jawbone, to counter a resurrection of vampiric powers on Mount Parnassus. In Brief: Science Fiction
  • Rong specialists watch over a small ‘thunder house’ where ritual paraphernalia - especially bullroarers and special stones, sometimes too the jawbones of now departed ritual experts - are kept on a rack over a ritual fireplace.
  • All the players are in place: silent, petulant Bush demanding not to be questioned because he's the Decider; Dick Cheney is the Enforcer, twisting senators 'arms and breathing his brimstone in their faces (any time you see "jawbone" used as a verb, you know Cheney must be in the vicinity); an appointee of the executive testifying to the need for a radical consolidation of power in one agency, a la Ashcroft 2001. Pete Cenedella: Disaster Movie 2: If You Liked the Patriot Act, You'll Love BAILOUT!
  • Their jawbones are generally arched forward toward the front, and are furnished with sharp horny plates, in which a fairly-marked denticulation or notching may sometimes be traced, as in the bills of birds of prey. The History of a Mouthful of Bread And its effect on the organization of men and animals
  • Mr Thomas said the sales rep suffered a broken jawbone, leaving him with a permanent metal plate to repair the damage.
  • All it takes is for bacteria from the infection to spread from your jawbone to your brain. Times, Sunday Times
  • His skull was broken open and his jawbone was a short distance away. The Forensics of War
  • Every reptile, living or fossil, however, has at least four bones in the lower jaw and only one auditory ossicle, the stapes… There are no transitional fossil forms showing, for instance, three or two jawbones, or two ear bones. What a difference a day makes. - The Panda's Thumb
  • Did we overlook when you "jawboned" the medical establishment (with private, sweetheart deals) or when top aides, invariably representing the "fortunate few," offered blarney but no job creation to "hardworking people" no longer working, hard or otherwise. The Smirking Chimp - News And Commentary from the Vast Left-Wing Conspiracy
  • I've recently noticed a swelling on my jawbone just below my earlobe.
  • Up and down the coastal villages of Scotland you will see the jawbones of whales, framing entrance ways and guarding churches.
  • Osteoporosis and tooth loss often go hand-in-hand because the same decrease in bone mineral density that boosts risk of hip and other fractures affects the jawbone and teeth.
  • It is likely to have benefited more from erecting the jawbone outside the island kirk and turning it into a tourist attraction, than the museum, which will simply be adding it to its existing collection.
  • She rubbed her thumb along his jawbone, enjoying the slight abrasion against her skin. KISS AN ANGEL
  • In addition to the embryos and eye, the fossil find includes portions of a snout plus jawbones, skull bones, cheekbones, and teeth.
  • Halladay, who jawboned his way into being traded to a contending team so he finally could pitch in the playoffs, made a stunning debut, culminating with a dribbler in front of home plate that catcher Carlos Ruiz pounced on and threw to first for the final out. Top Moments: Rethinking Kanye West, the Beatles and The Event
  • All it takes is for bacteria from the infection to spread from your jawbone to your brain. Times, Sunday Times
  • The jawbone was our most valuable find/discovery.
  • Or, of a skull he holds up to the gravedigger, "As if 'twere Cain's jawbone that did the first significant pause murder. Hamlet – review
  • The ancient teeth and jawbones of the tiny, monkeylike creatures shed new light on the poorly understood evolution of early anthropoids, a suborder of primates that includes apes, monkeys, and humans.
  • In addition to the embryos and eye, the fossil find includes portions of a snout plus jawbones, skull bones, cheekbones, and teeth.
  • Apply the light foundation along the sides of the jawbone to create more width. The Sun
  • To his detractors, Gideon was dangerous—a pie-in-the-sky slave to political correctness who thought the enemies of Western civilization could be jawboned into holding hands and singing “Kumbaya.” Gideon’s war

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