Similar words: sternal, cisterna, substernal, pasternak, cisternae, suprasternal, parasternal, consternation. Meaning: ['stɜrnəm /'stɜː-] n. a genus of Sterninae.
Random good picture Not show
1, Ryan was also sidelined with a badly bruised sternum.
2, You see that tiny spot on the sternum?
3, My wife, meanwhile, was in the next cubicle with a fractured sternum and collarbone.
4, Carrefour faltered, doubling over as the bullet caught him just below the sternum.
5, As an example, let us suppose that the incoming attack is a punch to the sternum, or upper chest.
6, There is a characteristic pain from the sternum to the back with the catarrh and the cough.
7, Gyggle's hideous cheesecloth shirt, the buttons pulled apart to the sternum,[http://sentencedict.com/sterna.html] revealing still more tight ginger curlicues.
8, In most insects the 1st abdominal segment, and more especially its sternum, is reduced or vestigial.
9, Trying to sleep on my stomach, I soon became aware of a heating grate stabbing into my sternum.
10, MOLLER, Swedish STERNA, Norway DSD Shipping Company, COSCO and China Offshore Petroleum Company etc for their LNG, Chemical Tanker, Crude Oil Tanker, Bulk Carrier and Asphalt Carrier and so on.
11, In contrast, the flight ability are weakened or lost with the increase of sterna length but decrease in its depth and width.
More similar words: sternal, cisterna, substernal, pasternak, cisternae, suprasternal, parasternal, consternation, western australia, quaternary system, international system, internal control system, international system of units, international monetary system, internal diameter, external interrupt, international waters, ternary, ternate, eternal, external carotid artery, external, eternally, paternal, maternal, internal, international terrorism, alternate, paternally, maternally.