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
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Off will come the 200-pound plastic skull and jaws, a replica of the 600-pound real thing on display upstairs.
According to Helland, Frida’s Mexicanidad and fascination with her mestiza (or mixed-ancestry) heritage lent itself to placing Aztec symbols, such as monkeys, skulls, and flowers, in many of her paintings.
The hammer matched the shape and size of a fracture in Taraya’s skull.
Ryan recommends Jefferson curls—a set of slow, controlled forward bends that loosens up the entire posterior chain, from the base of the skull all the way down to the heel.
In addition to partial dismemberment, eyes are removed from the victims’ skulls and the genitals are relocated elsewhere in the body.
On the second floor, the entire ceiling is covered in longhorn skulls.
Hall had emergency brain surgery to remove the cyst, which involved making a small incision in his skull.
The back of my skull, my winged shoulder blades, pelvis and heels settled into the wood like points on a map.
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