oroide

NOUN
  1. alloy of copper and tin and zinc; used in imitation gold jewelry
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  • Additional observations on the intertarsal joint of the African harrier-hawk Polyboroides typus. Archive 2006-05-01
  • One word brought on another, they drifted, by easy stages, into draw poker, and before Snowdon left he had won two hundred and eighty dollars and, an oroide watch chain of Storey. Peck's Sunshine Being a Collection of Articles Written for Peck's Sun, Milwaukee, Wis. - 1882
  • The thin, dark, and highly vascular tela choroidea of the 4th ventricle is attached to the posterior margin of the inferior medullary velum and the peduncle of the flocculus.
  • The ventricles were filled with water, and the plexus choroides was considerably enlarged, and stuffed with grumous blood. An Essay on the Shaking Palsy
  • I read two articles in the May 2010 Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, "Allodaposuchus Nopsca, 1928 (Crocodylia, Eusuchia), from the Late Cretaceous of southern France and its relationships to the Alligatoroidea" and "Pachycephalosauridae from the San Carlos and Aguja Formations (Upper Cretaceous) of West Texas, and observations of the frontoparietal dome. Subject lines are for the faint of heart.
  • Sometimes called the Gymnogene, Polyboroides is a gracile, naked-faced raptor with grey and black plumage, but best known for the so-called double-jointedness present in its intertarsal joints. Archive 2006-05-01
  • Why we got off at the first station we could, belongs to a little oroide gold watch and Alaska diamond deal we failed to pull off the day before, over the Kentucky line. The Gentle Grafter
  • While unfortunately few phylogenetic studies include both species together, a comprehensive recent DNA-based phylogeny found the two to be well apart, with Polyboroides down with Old World vultures and honey buzzards, while Geranospiza was in the buteonine clade that also includes Buteo (of course) and Leucopternus (Lerner et al. 2005). Archive 2006-05-01
  • But according to Cooper (1980) ‘in anatomical structure there is no significant difference between [the intertarsal joints of Polyboroides] and the corresponding joints of Kestrel, Tawny eagle or Black kite’ (p. 98). Archive 2006-05-01
  • Knovelties and the little Phine Phun oroide gold finger ring that sticks a needle in your friend's hand. The Gentle Grafter
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