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Bones the hard tissues that constitute the framework or skeleton of the physical body. they have an organic matrix for the inorganic mineral salts, which go through cycles of dissolution, changed location, crystallization, and reconstruction. mineral molecules dissolving in their matrix and re-forming themselves anew occurs at that zero-point of transition between the living mineral matter and that of the live animal tissue. this transformation of the mineral atom through crystallization is "the same function, and bears the same relation to its inorganic (so-called) upadhi (or basis) as the formation of cells to their organic nuclei, through plant, insect and animal into man" (SD 2:255). the bones also furnish blood cells and mineral content to the blood stream. In the embryonic resume of racial imbodiments, the process of ossification appears after the progressive stages of its protoplasmic, gelatinous, and cartilaginous frames, analogous to those forms through which nascent humanity passed in the first two and one-half root-races. with the deposit of bones in the fetal framework, and its functional relation to the blood, and with the development of the placenta and of the organs in the mesoderm, the conditions review the gradual physicalization of the gelatinous androgynes of the early third root-race into the bisexual humanity with organized functions like the present mammalian type. to be continue "Bones2"

men of Garmi, ie., bones, or, my cause  

1. dominos2. dice, as in "rollin' them bones"3. money

have sexual intercourse with someone

reach a great age

very thin person

 hook bones  wormian bones  nasal bones  to be upon the bones of  skin and bones  to make no bones  bicched bones  chevron bones 

MeaningTo state a fact in a way that allows no doubt. OriginThe bones referred to are dice (originally made from bone).

Noun1. a percussion instrument consisting of a pair of hollow pieces of wood or bone (usually held between the thumb and fingers) that are made to click together (as by spanish dancers) in rhythm with the dance (synonym) castanets, clappers, finger cymbals, maraca (hypernym) percussion instrument, percussive instrument

Noun1. rigid connective tissue that makes up the skeleton of vertebrates (synonym) os (hypernym) connective tissue (hyponym) furcula (substance-holonym) horn (part-holonym) endoskeleton (substance-meronym) collagen (part-meronym) socket2. the porous calcified substance from which bones are made (synonym) osseous tissue (hypernym) animal material (substance-holonym) os (derivation) debone3. a shade of white the color of bleached bones (synonym) ivory, pearl, off-white (hypernym) white, whitenessVerb1. study intensively, as before an exam; "I had to bone up on my latin verbs before the final exam" (synonym) cram, grind away, drum, bone up, swot, get up, mug up, swot up (hypernym) study, hit the books (verb-group) cram2. remove the bones from; "bone the turkey before roasting it" (synonym) debone (hypernym) remove, take, take away, withdraw (derivation) osseous tissue (classification) animal, animate being, beast, brute, creature, faunaAdjective1. consisting of or made up of bone; "a bony substance"; "the bony framework of the body" (similar) bony, boney

Esgyrniog = a. bony, having bones

a pair of cows ribs rattled together in the hand. also often made of wood or other bone material. traditional in britain and Ireland.

1) (n) Dominos. 2) (n) Dice, as in "rollin' them bones".

(n) Dominos.

See also Mr bones (disambiguation) and Boner Bones are rigid connective organs that make up the skeleton of vertebrates. bones are primarily comprised of osseous tissue which may also be referred to as bone or bone tissue.

To see your bones protruding from the flesh, denotes that treachery is working to ensnare you.To see a pile of bones, famine and contaminating influences surround you.  

A family killed by Voldermort.

student sorted into Hufflepuff.

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Word analysis of bones

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