omentum

[ UK /ə‍ʊmˈɛntəm/ ]
NOUN
  1. a fold of peritoneum supporting the viscera
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How To Use omentum In A Sentence

  • The pace of new auto loans also lost momentum from a month earlier.
  • A cloud of gas that is gravitationally attracted to the black hole can have a net angular momentum oppositely directed from that of the black hole. Supermassive Black Holes Spinning Backwards Create Death Ray Jets? | Universe Today
  • The model involved in particle charging equation, electric field and charge conservation equation, gas conservation equations of mass and momentum, particle mass and momentum equation.
  • Vehicles cannot gain sufficient momentum to cause a fatal accident. Times, Sunday Times
  • Ship the pole, duck and use the paddle if you lose momentum. Times, Sunday Times
  • angular momentum
  • Dormant until today, the Olympic tennis stadium suddenly erupted when the Greek heroine came from a set down to gain momentum in the second session.
  • Traced downward, it covers the antero-superior surface of the stomach and the commencement of the duodenum, and is carried down into a large free fold, known as the gastrocolic ligament or greater omentum. XI. Splanchnology. 2e. The Abdomen
  • The omentum, peritoneal ligaments, and celiac vessel and its tributaries provide additional support.
  • Vehicles cannot gain sufficient momentum to cause a fatal accident. Times, Sunday Times
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