|the part of the large intestine extending from the cecum, where the large intestine begins, to the rectum|
|a series of paired nerves that originate in the spinal cord and emerge, branching out to the region of the neck, trunk, or limbs|
|1.||anatomy, biology of, relating to, or forming the walls or part of the walls of a bodily cavity or similar structure: the parietal bones of the skull|
|2.||of or relating to the side of the skull|
|3.||(of plant ovaries) having ovules attached to the walls|
|4.||(US) living or having authority within a college|
|5.||a parietal bone|
|[C16: from Late Latin parietālis, from Latin pariēs wall]|
parietal pa·ri·e·tal (pə-rī'ĭ-tl)
Relating to or forming the wall of any cavity.
Of or relating to either of the parietal bones.