flat bone n.
A bone having a thin, flattened shape, as the scapula.
It is a flat bone, broad but very short, especially in the median part.
This call is used by taking the flat bone end between the lips and by measured sucking motion the notes are produced.
Legs of iron, with large, broad knees; plenty of flat bone below the knee, and pasterns neither too long nor too upright.
A still more interesting form, and one highly characteristic of flat bone injuries, is shown in fig. 55.
Sometimes they would clamp a crooked stick between a grooved piece of sandstone and a flat bone.