acetabulum

a cup-shaped bone in the hip region where the thigh bone joins the hip bone.

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    two headed; relating to biceps muscles.

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    dilation of bronchioles ( the internal structures of the lungs) associated with production of thick sputum

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    an operation to make an opening into the trachea or the wind pipe.

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    a road or way.

    a sebaceous secretion in the folds of the skin, especially the genitalia.

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