1. a small constellation in the northern hemisphere between Cygnus and Aquila and crossed by the Milky Way
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  • The fused parietals form the posterior two-thirds of the sagittal crest, expanding posteriorly to form a flattened, sculpted deck behind the supratemporal fenestrae adjacent to the squamosals.
  • In the middle line is the posterior part of the sagittal suture connecting the parietal bones; extending downward and lateralward from the hinder end of the sagittal suture is the deeply serrated lambdoidal suture joining the parietals to the occipital and continuous below with the parietomastoid and occipitomastoid sutures; it frequently contains one or more sutural bones. II. Osteology. 5c. The Exterior of the Skull
  • In reality, the Triangle is taller but narrower and through it flows the Milky Way as it arches over the sky from Sagittarius in the SSW to Auriga in the NNE. Starwatch
  • Saggitas habent alias ad sagittandum aues bestias et homines inermes ad trium digitorum latitudinem. The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques and Discoveries of the English Nation
  • Mercury in Sagittarius in the 6th square Mars is not a signature for tact and diplomacy.
  • Though this combo is just as passionate as their fellow Sagittarians, the Virgo Moon affects the inner nature enough to quell some of the more rash aspects of the Sagittarius personality.
  • The posterior section of the facial suture extends outwards from the base of the palpebral lobe, in contrast to the anterior branch that is more sagittally oriented.
  • Isolated sagittal synostosis, premature fusion of the sagittal suture, is the most common type of craniosynostosis and accounts for 56% to 58% of reported cases.
  • Sagittal MR images further demonstrated urinary bladder invasion by the appendiceal tumor.
  • An additional fontanelle is sometimes seen in the sagittal suture at the region of the obelion. II. Osteology. 5d. The Interior of the Skull
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