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1. Their ribs are usually short and may be fused to the vertebrae.

2. Their ribs are usually short and may be fused to the vertebrae.

3. Thus the limbs of the castrati often grew unusually long, as did their ribs.

4. Stranded cetaceans usually die, because their as much as 90 metric tons (99 short tons) body weight compresses their lungs or breaks their ribs.

5. Their ribs also would be tightly fused into the notarium.

6. Turtles, which are unable to move their ribs, instead use their forelimbs and pectoral girdle to force air in and out of the lungs.

7. Turtles are reptiles of the order Testudines characterized by a special bony or cartilaginous shell developed from their ribs and acting as a shield.

8. However, all archaeobatrachians have free vertebrae, whereas all other species of frogs have their ribs fused to their vertebrae.

9. Birds and reptiles have bony uncinate processes on their ribs that project caudally from the vertical section of each rib.

10. Sea turtles have a carapace and plastron of bone and cartilage which is developed from their ribs.

11. He bit the heads off some flying foxes and took out two of their ribs and their heart.

12. they were grafted from a pitch which kept the batsman hopping around as delivery after delivery tickled their ribs.

13. But then when the dogs got hungry and I saw their ribs, I decided that maybe now it's a good idea."

14. This theory does not cover all the figures: some are thin with their ribs showing and thin breasts, which do not signal fertility.

15. Their ribs are well-sprung.

16. They hardly stopped, and some danced until they broke their ribs and subsequently died.

17. Because children have more flexible chest walls than adults do, their ribs are more likely to bend than to break;

18. The chain boasts several cooking championships across the country with their ribs and steaks.

19. Once in a while, they will want to change outings and leap from the tree, extend their ribs to open their wings, and glide to the next tree.

20. Their ribs are well sprung, and they are short-coupled with well-muscled hindquarters and with strong well-proportioned legs set well apart.

21. So far this is the only known fossil gliding lizard, though there are other unrelated animals that also use their ribs to glide.

22. Xianglong is one of the few creatures that glide using their ribs.

23. Some specimens had skeletal protrusions from their ribs almost wrapping around their bodies in place of a complete shell.

24. Children's chests are more flexible because their ribs are more elastic and there is less ossification of their intercostal cartilage.

25. Their ribs and vertebral column are fused with their bony shell.

26. She and her brother actor Will Peltz have matching Hebrew tattoos on their ribs, that read: "family".

27. If the students turned away, they pounded their ribs.

28. If the students turned away, they pounded their ribs.

29. Immediately after completion of the ceiling vaults in the 15th century, their ribs and arches were decorated with ornaments.

30. He and his sister actress Nicola Peltz have matching Hebrew tattoos on their ribs, that read: "family".