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A finger-like protuberance or division.
- ‘Occasionally, a digitation of bone from the calcaneus to the Achilles tendon is radiographically evident and is associated with retrocalcaneal bursitis.’
- ‘The most advanced is suppressed as a synonym of Perrinites, based on the general features of conch form and suture, especially the digitation of the prongs and median saddle of the primary ventral lobe.’
- ‘The axons from the fifth cervical nerve supply the first digitation and the sixth and seventh supply the remainder of the muscle mass.’
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The definitions of ‘buddy’ and ‘bro’ in the OED have recently been revised. We explore their history and increase in popularity.