[ UK /skˈe‍ɪliːn/ ]
  1. of a triangle having three sides of different lengths
  2. of or relating to any of the scalene muscles
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How To Use scalene In A Sentence

  • It may perforate the middle and posterior scalene muscles; these two muscles usually form a common mass.
  • In essence, it does because it contains the vital antioxidants scalene, flavonoids, and polyphenols at a minimum. Olives and People, Past and Present
  • The word ‘scalene’ is used to describe a triangle with sides of unequal lengths.
  • In order of importance, they are: your diaphragm, the primary mover, a mushroom-shaped dome at the base of your ribs your intercostals (external and internal), which connect your ribs your sternocleidomastoid, at the front of your neck, and your scalenes, at the sides of your neck Erica Heinz: How To Cure The Hiccups!
  • Conclusions: The contraction of the posterior components of the anterior and middle scalene muscle may be the main reason of the upper trunk thoracic outlet syndrome.
  • Below, the earth is platted into odd geometrical shapes: scalene triangles and parallelograms of umber, dun and ochre. The Spirit Upwelling
  • We may have a division consisting of mutually exclusive members, which yet involves a mixture of different bases, e.g. if we were to divide triangle into scalene, isosceles and equiangular. Deductive Logic
  • The real elements are two triangles, the rectangular isosceles which has but one form, and the most beautiful of the many forms of scalene, which is half of an equilateral triangle. Timaeus
  • When Owen closed his eyes, he could see them doing it, one blonde and the other red-headed, climbing up and down walls in faultless scalene triangles, counting every step. 365 tomorrows » 2010 » May : A New Free Flash Fiction SciFi Story Every Day
  • The needle is inserted into the interscalene groove in a slightly medial, caudal, and posterior direction to avoid the vertebral column and vascular structures.
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