Recent Examples of pelvis from the Web
Arrayed on top of it were glistening chunks of human flesh: a right calf, a right thigh, and a pelvis.
Malone suffered multiple injuries, including a fractured pelvis, skill and ribs, a collapsed lung and facial injuries, according to the GoFundMe page.
That concert reunited Elvis Presley and his sequined pelvis (via video screen) flanked on both sides by in-the-flesh members of his TCB Band who had performed with him on his 1970s concert tours.
The second man was likely between 30 and 34 years of age and died from a .31 caliber lead buckshot to the upper arm, pelvis, and leg.
Scalise suffered extensive damage to his hip, femur and pelvis, requiring doctors to virtually put him back together again in a series of surgeries.
Crystal said a car turned in front of Rodney, who broke bones in his pelvis and leg, had a tear in his bladder and other interntal injuries, spent a month in intensive care and underwent more than 20 surgeries.
Jeffery grimaced, feeling the muscles in his side and buttocks burning, a technique using muscle contractions to open up a joint in the pelvis.
The driver took him to a local veterinary clinic where X-rays revealed the fractured pelvis.
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PELVIS Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of pelvis for English Language Learners
: the wide curved bones between the spine and the leg bones
PELVIS Defined for Kids
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