appendage : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n an external body part that projects from the body
- n a natural prolongation or projection from a part of an organism either animal or plant
- n a part that is joined to something larger
- As of last week, however, Kohoutek was developing a classic appendage, which should continue to increase in length and grandeur until the comet comes close to the sun.
- On the everyday uses of digital photography in the future: "The increasing cyborgization of people in which cell phones, iPods, and laptops reach near-appendage state will see .
- Antichrist (Lars von Trier) Mutilation, masturbation and a delicate appendage spurting blood made this the festival's official outrage and won Charlotte Gainsbourg the Best Actress .
News & Articles
- U.S. Senator Laments "Dwindling Civil Jury"
United States Senator Sheldon Whitehouse commented in the National Law Journal on the ongoing attacks against the civil jury system through restrictions including forced arbitration, enhanced pleading standards, and restrictions on class actions and punitive damage awards. "The jury is more than just a means of dispute resolution, just a fact-finding appendage to the court. It is a structural ...
June 11, 2013 - Injury Board
- How Birds Lost Their Penises
How did the chicken lose its penis? By killing off the growing appendage in the egg.
June 6, 2013 - LiveScience.com via Yahoo! News
- Keith Hernandez in New York Times
The bag becomes a part of you, it's like an appendage, you move, it's there,said Hernandez, who tutored John Olerud and Todd Zeile in years past. "You get into a comfort zone."
- Ahmed Rashid in The Canberra Times
The phenomenon now is that the Pakistani Taliban have their own agenda for Pakistan. Before, there was a situation where they were an appendage of the al-Qaeda and the Afghan Taliban,the author Ahmed Rashid, the best-known analyst of the...
- Barack Obama in Washington Post
Obama said the Interior Department has been "deeply troubled" under the Bush administration and "too often has been seen as an appendage of commercial interests as opposed to a place where the values and interests of the American people are served."