Examples of cranium in a Sentence
the cranium of a Neanderthal is striking for its brow ridges
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Stone Age humans used the whole animal, commonly crushing the cranium to extract the animal’s tongue and brain.
That is when, according to the fossil record, the craniums of mankind’s ancestors started expanding.
The explosion sent two pieces of the vape pen into the D'Elia's cranium, the autopsy found.
But complete craniums are a rare find; these animals were raised as food, and their skulls were usually broken to retrieve the tongue and brain, the study said.
Beaux’s sunken cranium and too-close eyes are the result of sharing his mother’s womb with six other puppies, and have no effect on his health or mental capabilities.
After the cow's skull was uncovered at Champ-Durand, a 1999 study suggested that the hole in the cranium was the result of the cow being gored by another cow.
In the popular conception, a concussion occurs when the cranium comes to a sudden stop and the brain crashes into it, like a car driver flying into the dashboard.
Pappu and her team note in their paper that only one archaic human fossil, the Narmada cranium, has ever been discovered in India.
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