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bone

1. verb, rude slang To have sexual intercourse. I can't believe you two boned last night!
2. noun, rude slang The penis. You need to keep your bone in your pants and stop sleeping with random girls!
3. noun, rude slang An erection. I always get a bone when I see that pretty girl at school—it's so embarrassing!
4. The trombone. I used to play the bone in the marching band, can you believe it?

bone

verb
See boner

bone

1. n. a trombone. (see also bones.) She plays the bone like nobody’s business.
2. Go to boner.

bones

1. n. dice. (See additional forms at bone.) Toss me the bones and get out your checkbooks.
2. n. a nickname for a ship’s physician. (From sawbones. Also the nickname of the doctor on the starship Enterprise of Star Trek fame.) This fat bones actually wanted me to lose weight.
3. n. a nickname for a skinny person. (Also a term of address.) Ask bones there what he wants to drink.
4. n. dollars; money; cash. The tickets only cost a few bones, but the play was lousy and I want my money back.
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Partial multiphase skeletal scintigraphy and single-photon emission CT of the cranium showed increased bone metabolism in the area of the right frontal bone, starting in the ethmoid cells in the roof of the orbit and extending slightly to the left (figure 2).
In addition, cytokines may be involved in inhibiting new bone formation and stimulating bone resorption, therefore resulting in decreased BMD.
We also have to be careful not to damage the crumbly end of the bone that had been exposed to the elements before its discovery.
The study employed an internal concurrent control, in which the patients were treated on one side of the maxilla with the TRC test treatment added to a standard of care procedure, and on the other side with the control standard of care procedure, a mixture of platelet-poor plasma and commercial bone mineral matrix.
In addition, the continuous growth of young children implies constant bone remodeling for skeletal development (O'Flaherty 1995).
While BMI, shin bone area and leg strength are all somewhat influenced by inherited genes, and appear to play a significant role in the development of knee pain and osteoarthritis, the battle's outcome is far from preordained.
A woman with normal results on her bone density scan probably won't be screened again for five to 10 years.
People who enter adulthood with low peak bone mass are at greatest risk of developing osteoporosis and associated fractures (Hansen, Overgaard, Riis, Christiansen, 1991).
Today, at 76, after more than a decade of treatment with medication and lifestyle changes to make her bones healthier, she proudly states the fact that she hasn't had any more fractures and that her bone density has increased three percent.
Approximately 2 million men suffer from it and many more have low bone density as well, according to the osteoporosis foundation.
Between her neck and ribcage, Sue also has an enormous forked wish bone, or furcula: the first ever found in a T.
When a segment of the spine becomes too mobile, the capsules (enclosing membranes) of the facet joints thicken in an effort to stabilize the segment, and bone spurs may occur.
Average duration of bone pain palliation in patients of Group A was three to four months, while it was nine to 10 months in patients of Group C.
Surgeons typically harvest bone destined for self-transplantation from a person's iliac crest, the thickened rim at the top of the hip.
If you are a librarian who works with graphic novels, you most likely have heard of Bone, and it deserves every bit of praise it gets.