How To Use Well-marked In A Sentence

  • But the two anterior big molars of the lower jaw are seen to have each five well-marked cones, cusps or tubercles; they are quinqui-tuberculate, whilst in man the first lower molar is often quadri-tuberculate and the second even more frequently so. More Science From an Easy Chair
  • Only the occasional rambler crossed it, and then usually by the well-marked paths. AFTERMATH
  • There was well-marked expansile pulsation, purring thrill along the jugular vein and over the tumour, and loud machinery murmur widely diffused along the whole neck and into the thorax. Surgical Experiences in South Africa, 1899-1900 Being Mainly a Clinical Study of the Nature and Effects of Injuries Produced by Bullets of Small Calibre
  • Finally the embryological facts now observed in the development of the bones of the skull were of great importance,] "as they enable us to understand, on the one hand, the different modifications of the palato-suspensorial apparatus in fishes, and on the other hand the relations of the components of this apparatus to the corresponding parts in other Vertebrata," [fishes, reptiles, and mammals presenting a well-marked series of gradations in respect to this point. The Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley
  • Hence it has happened that a very well-marked class of souls, namely those who delight in giving a spiritual, that is, an ethico-intellectual expression to every truth by exhibiting an ulterior end which is yet legitimate to it, are said to Platonize. Representative Men
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  • When the sarcostyle is extended, the clear intervals are well-marked and plainly to be seen; when, on the other hand, the sarcostyle is contracted, that is to say, when the muscle is in a state of contraction, these clear portions are very small or they may have disappeared altogether (Fig. 376, B). IV. Myology. 2. Development of the Muscles
  • Form 29, being the upper of the two rouletted mouldings sharply curved in section with unusually well-marked internal ridge. Archaeologia, or, Miscellaneous tracts relating to antiquity [microform]
  • But all those things which a man eats and drinks are devoid of any such intense and well-marked quality, such as bread, cake, and many other things of a similar nature which man is accustomed to use for food, with the exception of condiments and confectioneries, which are made to gratify the palate and for luxury. On Ancient Medicine
  • A well-marked case of pseudo-leprosy or ichthyosis, a scale - like affection of the skin, unsightly, obstinate, but possibly curable, and certainly noninfective. The Case Book of Sherlock Holmes
  • We never find instinct making mistakes; we cannot, therefore, ascribe a result which is so invariably precise to such an obscure condition of mind as is implied when the word presentiment is used; on the contrary, this absolute certainty is so characteristic a feature of instinctive actions, that it constitutes almost the only well-marked point of distinction between these and actions that are done upon reflection. Unconscious Memory
  • There are a number of well-marked trails offering interesting walks ranging from short pleasant strolls to serious full-day hikes.
  • When the sarcostyle is stretched to its full extent, not only is the clear portion well-marked, but the dark portion—the sarcous element—is separated into its two constituents along the line of Hensen. IV. Myology. 2. Development of the Muscles
  • There can be but little doubt that to this particular and well-marked less syphilization the Hebrew race owes much of its exemption from many other diseases and its greater resistance to ordinary ailments and epidemic diseases. History of Circumcision from the Earliest Times to the Present Moral and Physical Reasons for its Performance
  • At first glance I took him to be from the South; but as he was pulling at the bell-knob, he having not yet seen me, I noticed on the rim of one ear a well-marked epithelioma, a form of cancer which occurs only after frostbite. With Sabre and Scalpel. The Autobiography of a Soldier and Surgeon
  • well-marked roads
  • In other cases, however, the changes in the interior of the bone are accompanied by well-marked lesions on its gliding or postero-inferior surface, and by evidences of an osteoplastic periostitis along its edges. Diseases of the Horse's Foot
  • Only the occasional rambler crossed it, and then usually by the well-marked paths. AFTERMATH
  • When the sarcostyle is stretched to its full extent, not only is the clear portion well-marked, but the dark portion—the sarcous element—is separated into its two constituents along the line of Hensen. IV. Myology. 2. Development of the Muscles
  • We have seen that insects washed down by the rain from all parts of the leaf often lodge within the margins, which are thus excited to curl farther inwards; and we may suspect that this action, many times repeated during the life of the plant, leads to their permanent and well-marked incurvation. Insectivorous Plants
  • a well-marked route
  • Ah! it is not so heartsome as that well-marked and long-used old bible which lies upon the table of the nursery room, speaking of many year's service in family devotion! The Christian Home
  • I had hardly expected so dolichocephalic a skull or such well-marked supra-orbital development. The Seriously Deranged Writer and the Model Cars
  • Having myself a well-marked barytone voice of more than half an octave in compass, I sometimes add my vocal powers to her execution of: The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 01, No. 03, January, 1858
  • On March 24, 1989, a 900-foot long supertanker ran aground in well-marked waters and spilled 11 million gallons of crude oil.
  • The yellow fever patients upon whom the mosquitoes were contaminated were, almost in every instance, well-marked cases of the albuminuric or melanoalbuminuric forms, in the second, third, fourth, fifth, or sixth day of the disease. The Making of Arguments
  • It is termed the gluteal tuberosity, and gives attachment to part of the Glutæus maximus: its upper part is often elongated into a roughened crest, on which a more or less well-marked, rounded tubercle, the third trochanter, is occasionally developed. II. Osteology. 6c. 3. The Femur
  • The flow of the stream is not sufficiently strong to wear out a channel having definitely well-marked sides.
  • John King, a 34-year-old sailor, represented the first of the remarkable series of patients compiled by Bright and was a ‘well-marked example of granulated condition of the kidneys connected with the secretion of coagulable urine.’
  • There are a number of well-marked trails offering interesting walks ranging from short pleasant strolls to serious full-day hikes.
  • At the end of a month the man left for England, with fair power in the triceps, but well-marked wrist-drop. Surgical Experiences in South Africa, 1899-1900 Being Mainly a Clinical Study of the Nature and Effects of Injuries Produced by Bullets of Small Calibre
  • A well-marked case of pseudo-leprosy or ichthyosis, a scalelike affection of the skin, unsightly, obstinate, but possibly curable, and certainly noninfective. The Case Book of Sherlock Holmes
  • Carlos was already outside and ready to go when I hurtled out of the front door, and within a few minutes we were through the gates and heading down Semaphore Hill's winding road … an earlier post (actually, probably several of them) that any bird with the word 'ant' in its name is likely to be a very good one: antbird, antwren, ant-thrush, all of them difficult to see, often stunningly well-marked, and unknown outside of Central and South America. 10,000 Birds
  • Increasing numbers of walkers are attracted by the network of well-marked footpaths on the Portofino promontory to the west - a wild, rocky place bristling with myrtle, gorse, hawthorn and ilex.
  • (minute acari) in the scarfskin, which occasion much irritation, and of which the itch furnishes a well-marked example; papular eruptions, or dry pimples; pustular eruptions, or mattery pimples, of which some forms are popularly known as crusted tetters; scaly eruptions, or dry tetters; and vesicular eruptions, or watery pimples. The Ladies Book of Useful Information Compiled from many sources
  • -- A well-marked species in the size of its mammae, or tubercles, which are at least 1 in. long by 1/3 in. in diameter, terete, slightly curved, and narrowed to a pointed apex, the texture being very soft and watery. Cactus Culture for Amateurs Being Descriptions of the Various Cactuses Grown in This Country, With Full and Practical Instructions for Their Successful Cultivation
  • Along the well-marked bridleway, he swung his jacket over his shoulder, neither hut, barn, nor building visible. THE OPEN DOOR
  • There is, again, the further reason that well-marked and fully developed cases of inversion are probably rarer in women, though a slighter degree may be more common; in harmony with the greater affectability of the feminine organism to slight stimuli, and its lesser liability to serious variation. [ Studies in the Psychology of Sex, Volume 2 Sexual Inversion
  • The body is strong, and of well-marked prismoid form. II. Osteology. 6d. 2. The Metatarsus
  • Follow the well-marked, modest portages from Birch Lake to Carp Lake, and into Emerald.
  • There is a well-marked distinction between the excitable and what I will call the accumulative temperament in patients. Notes on Nursing: What It Is, and What It Is Not
  • It consisted of its two well-marked tables of solid bone, corresponding in their dermal character, the outer to the cuticle, the inner to the true skin, and the intermediate cellular layer to the _rete mucosum_; but bearing an unmistakable analogy also, as a mechanical contrivance, to the two plates and the _diploe_ of the human skull. The Cruise of the Betsey or, A Summer Ramble Among the Fossiliferous Deposits of the Hebrides. With Rambles of a Geologist or, Ten Thousand Miles Over the Fossiliferous Deposits of Scotland
  • The sexual generation is always a leafy plant, which is not developed directly from the spore but is borne on a well-marked and usually filamentous protonema. Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 4, Part 3 "Brescia" to "Bulgaria"
  • At ordinary temperatures ebonite is hard and brittle and breaks with a well-marked conchoidal fracture. On Laboratory Arts
  • Immediately above this is a well-marked horizontal ridge, the conchal crest, for articulation with the inferior nasal concha; still higher is a second broad, shallow depression, which forms part of the middle meatus, and is limited above by a horizontal crest less prominent than the inferior, the ethmoidal crest, for articulation with the middle nasal concha. II. Osteology. 5b. 5. The Palatine Bone
  • Along the well-marked bridleway, he swung his jacket over his shoulder, neither hut, barn, nor building visible. THE OPEN DOOR
  • In the Jubuloideae, which in other respects form a well-marked group, the seta is short and the elaters extend from the upper part of the capsule to the base; at dehiscence they remain fixed to the valves into which the capsule splits. Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 4, Part 3 "Brescia" to "Bulgaria"

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