Examples of skull in a Sentence
He had a fractured skull.
paleoanthropologists recently found the skull of a prehistoric man in a remote area of the desert
Recent Examples of skull from the Web
Piazza died a day later of injuries that included a fractured skull and damaged spleen.
Sotheby’s sold Jean-Michel Basquiat’s untitled turquoise painting of a skull to Japanese collector Yusaku Maezawa for $110.5 million in May, the most expensive painting auctioned during the first half of the year.
Previous works by Gupta have welded hundreds of pots and pans into single, metal clouds of familiar materials; another collection of aluminum containers and utensils formed a monumental skull.
Carrie's brain was so swollen that doctors had to remove her skull.
His skull was donated to the Mutter by Philadelphia ophthalmologist and surgeon W.T. Shoemaker, who treated the soldier at a U.S. Army hospital in France.
An arctic fox, Vulpes lagopus, standing next to a reindeer skull on Wrangel Island.
Transcranial direct current stimulation is a noninvasive brain technology that induces a weak electric field in the cortex underlying the skull.
Doctors practicing today have been taught that there are no lymphatic vessels inside the skull.
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