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  1. 3. the organ of hearing and balance in higher vertebrates and of balance only in fishes. In man and other mammals it consists of three parts.
  2. 4. either of the upper limbs from the shoulder to the wrist.
  3. 7. any instrument, such as a harmonium, in which sound is produced in this way.
  4. 11. the front part of the trunk from the neck to the belly.
  5. 12. the part of an organism connecting the head with the rest of the body.
  6. 13. the front of the head from the forehead to the lower jaw; visage.
  7. 14. a flexible container with an opening at one end.
  8. 15. either of the two lower limbs, including the bones and fleshy covering of the femur, tibia, fibula, and patella.
  9. 16. the region of the body of a vertebrate that contains the viscera other than the heart and lungs. In mammals it is separated from the thorax by the diaphragm
  10. 18. any of various bonelike structures set in the jaws of most vertebrates and modified, according to the species, for biting, tearing, or chewing.
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  1. 1. the part of the bows of a ship that are furthest forward at the level of the main deck.
  2. 2. any of the threadlike pigmented structures that grow from follicles beneath the skin of mammals and consist of layers of dead keratinized cells.
  3. 4. the joint connecting the leg and the foot.
  4. 5. the system of organs surrounding this opening, including the lips, tongue, teeth, etc.
  5. 6. the posterior part of the human body, extending from the neck to the pelvis.
  6. 8. the essential framework of any structure, such as a building or leaf, that supports or determines the shape of the rest of the structure.
  7. 9. the joint of the human leg connecting the tibia and fibula with the femur and protected in front by the patella.
  8. 10. the prehensile part of the body at the end of the arm, consisting of a thumb, four fingers, and a palm.
  9. 15. either one of a pair of spongy saclike respiratory organs within the thorax of higher vertebrates, which oxygenate the blood and remove its carbon dioxide.
  10. 17. the lowest, deepest, or farthest removed part of a thing.