- Eleanor came to prominence during the 1990s with some highly acclaimed recordings.
- However, he never came to prominence for developing his own positions on current political questions.
- The town came to prominence as the capital of the Seljuk Sultans in 1076 when the Seljuks took control of Anatolia, though the area's roots go back much further.
- As the PDA opens, the CXR shows a slight increase in heart size and prominence of central pulmonary vessels which can progress.
- Heart size and pulmonart vascular prominence depend on the size of shunt.
- The prominence of the primary rods is a function of the thinner shell wall and may be due to an ecological factor, as mentioned above.
- The tensor palatini muscle joins this muscular sling as it sweeps around the hamulus, a bony prominence of the lateral palate.
- The greater deformations possible with this technology enable the transfer of pressure to adjacent body areas and other bony prominences.
- The side rails are lowered, and the safety strap is checked to ensure it is securely in place across the patient's thighs, avoiding bony prominences.
- The clouds will just impede your direct view and the light of corona, chromosphere, and prominences may trickle through.
- To the naked eye the prominences jutting above the solar surface often appear more noticeable than they are in a photograph.
- Similarly, giant prominences can be seen for longer, jutting up above the solar surface.
- Example sentences
- Armus and Castra, in the heart and belly respectively, are stars with disagreeable natures, whose prominency indicates malevolence and destructiveness.
Late 16th century (denoting something that juts out): from obsolete French, from Latin prominentia 'jutting out', from the verb prominere (see prominent).
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