- n the jaw in vertebrates that is hinged to open the mouth
- v talk idly or casually and in a friendly way
- Then in 1953, the fragments, including a jawbone, were tested: they did not contain enough fluorine to be the age that Dawson claimed; worse, the jawbone was that of a 10-year-old .
- Half as big as the original Jawbone, it now has military-grade noise-canceling too.
- There's no earpiece needed because sounds are transmitted through vibrations in your teeth and jawbone.
- Judge Alex Kozinski in Los Angeles Times
It's a bit like building a dinosaur from a jawbone or a skull fragment, and the result looks more like a turducken,Kozinski said, alluding to a deboned turkey stuffed with duck and chicken.
- George HW Bush in Scoop.co.nz
If indeed it is less than 40,000 years old as they say, then it is the youngest authenticated diprotodon jawbone because most people seem to think that diprotodon and the other giant animals of Australia became extinct earlier than this, about... Colin Groves http://www.google.com/url?q=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Colin_Groves&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNFZQdEKxUjbpxVPvaBbKw9EeVGPKg Sydney Morning Herald http://www.google.com/url?q=http://www.smh.com.au/news/science/giant-wombat-jawbone-found-in-blue-mountains/2007/07/27/1185339215262.html&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNEMfmAshG9pSj4PmUcJ1ChZNeF3Hg Jul 26, 2007
54369 71811 jawbone During the first Republican primary debate, in December 1999, Bush said President Clinton must jawbone OPEC members to lower prices."