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lobanja [ ženski rod {anatomija} ]

brain-box [ imenica ]
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braincase [ imenica {anatomija} ]
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The cranium enclosing the brain. brain-case

brainpan [ imenica ]
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The top and back of the cranium, inside of which lies the brain. brain pan

caput mortuum [ imenica ]
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cobbra [ imenica ]
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crane [ imenica {mehanika} ]
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ETYM AS. cran; akin to Dutch and LG. craan, German kranich, krahn, Greek geranos, Latin grus, W. and Armor. garan, Old Slav. zeravi, Lith. gerve, Icel. trani, Swed. trana, Dan. trane. Related to Geranium.
Large long-necked wading bird of marshes and plains in many parts of the world.
Lifts and moves heavy objects; lifting tackle is suspended from a pivoted boom that rotates around a vertical axis.
In engineering, a machine for raising, lowering, or placing in position heavy loads. The three main types are the jib crane, the overhead traveling crane, and the tower crane. Most cranes have the machinery mounted on a revolving turntable. This may be mounted on trucks or be self-propelled, often being fitted with caterpillar tracks.
The main features of a jib crane are a power winch, a rope or cable, and a movable arm or jib. The cable, which carries a pulley block, hangs from the end of the jib and is wound up and down by the winch. The overhead traveling crane, chiefly used in workshops, consists of a fixed horizontal arm, along which runs a trolley carrying the pulley block. Tower cranes, seen on large building sites, have a long horizontal arm able to revolve on top of a tall tower. The arm carries the trolley.

cranium [ imenica {N/A} ]
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ETYM New Lat., from Greek; akin to kara head.
The part of the skull that encloses the brain; SYN. braincase, brainpan.
Skull, especially part enclosing brain.
The dome-shaped area of the vertebrate skull that protects the brain. It consists of eight bony plates fused together by sutures (immovable joints). Fossil remains of the human cranium have aided the development of theories concerning human evolution.
The cranium has been studied as a possible indicator of intelligence or even of personality. The Victorian argument that a large cranium implies a large brain, which in turn implies a more profound intelligence, has been rejected.

crany [ imenica ]
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skull [ imenica {anatomija} ]
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In vertebrates, the collection of flat and irregularly shaped bones (or cartilage) that enclose the brain and the organs of sight, hearing, and smell, and provide support for the jaws. In mammals, the skull consists of bones joined by sutures. The floor of the skull is pierced by a large hole (foramen magnum) for the spinal cord and a number of smaller apertures through which other nerves and blood vessels pass.
The skull comprises the cranium (brain case) and the bones of the face, which include the upper jaw, enclosing the sinuses, and form the framework for the nose, eyes, and roof of the mouth cavity. The lower jaw is hinged to the middle of the skull at its lower edge. The opening to the middle ear is located near the jaw hinge. The plate at the back of the head is jointed at its lower edge with the upper section of the spine. Inside, the skull has various shallow cavities into which fit different parts of the brain.
The human skull has evolved from robust to gracile in the past 5 million years; it exhibits neoteny (infantilism), whereby the youthful features of ancient human species are retained in the adult skulls of modern humans— probably to make room for the evolving and enlarging brain.
(Homonym: scull).
The bony skeleton of the head of vertebrates.

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