One of the principal complaints against ramus related to the manner in which he taught his disciples to pronounce the letter Q.
A second ramus, the “exopodite,” often is also retained in the form of a palp or feeler.
ramus was not the only disputant persecuted for these grave absurdities.
One ramus (the endopodite) alone developed—the original axis or corm serving as its basal joint with or without gnathobase.
ramus, antagonist of the philosophy of Aristotle, was included in the massacre of St. Bartholomew.
The more primitive forms have branchial respiratory processes developed on a ramus of each of the post-oral appendages.
This ridge and fossa are on the lateral surface of the ramus.
The course of the bullet was almost tangential to the ramus of the jaw, anteroposteriorly.
The coronoid process in Thrinaxodon sweeps upward posterodorsally at an angle oblique to the long axis of the ramus.
Under this condemnation fell two of the greatest innovators upon the Aristotelian philosophy of his own time,—ramus, and Patrizzi.
ramus ra·mus (rā'məs)
n. pl. ra·mi (-mī')
Any of the primary divisions of a nerve or blood vessel.
A part of an irregularly shaped bone that is thicker than a process and forms an angle with the main body, especially the ascending part of the lower jaw that makes a joint at the temple.
Any of the primary divisions of a cerebral sulcus.