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Noun(1) the remains of a body part that was functional at an earlier stage of life
(1) This initial pattern changes in larvae of the six and eight arms, when the juvenile rudiment is present.(2) the fetal lung rudiment(3) A small posterior element in this limb may be a rudiment of the fifth metacarpal.(4) All fetuses from whom the testis rudiment had been removed developed as though they were female, as also did those from whom the developing ovary was removed.(5) Using just the rudiments of clothing, namely a scrap of fabric and a bit of thread, Berriolo conjured not the costume that covers the figure, but the figure itself, with playfulness and whimsy, but also with a sense of quest and discovery.(6) They are thus taught the rudiments of yoga, relaxation techniques and certain yoga exercises that can help improve memory and concentration.(7) When the Laune Pipers' Band was founded in 1944 in Killorglin, it was decided to engage Peter to train the local boys in the rudiments of pipe playing.(8) The inorganic sediments were covered with poorly decomposed fibric peat accumulations that contained well-preserved rudiments of earlier communities.(9) A team of 17 individuals assists the band with marching rudiments , choreography and in developing tight musical and visual components.(10) If you don't understand the rudiments of grammar you won't be able to deal with Shakespeare.(11) There is a regrettable paucity of training in the rudiments of security protocols or practices at the library.(12) Drivers of such vehicles too have to be taught the rudiments of traffic discipline.(13) Jack knew enough about percussion to realise that the girl was methodically going through a set of rudiments .(14) In the past road safety initiatives focused on children's lack of experience and competence in dealing with traffic, and aspired to teach children the rudiments of dealing with a busy road.(15) He flows like a slap bassist, performing exhausting rudiments in too-tight spaces with little grace and even less rhythm.(16) Based on careful observations, Darwin contended that many animals possess general concepts, some reasoning ability, rudiments of moral sentiments, and complex emotions.
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