(NZ) a block of subdivided farming land, usually within commuting distance of a city, that provides a semirural way of life
noun, plural tenacula [tuh-nak-yuh-luh] /təˈnæk yə lə/ (Show IPA) 1. Surgery. a small sharp-pointed hook set in a handle, used for seizing and picking up parts in operations and dissections. 2. Entomology. a clasplike appendage on the abdomen of a springtail, which holds the springing device in place. noun (pl) -la (-lə) 1. a surgical […]
- Tenaculum forceps
tenaculum forceps n. A forceps with jaws ending in sharp inward-pointing hooks.
noun 1. a borough in NE New Jersey.
noun 1. (fortifications) a low outwork in the main ditch between two bastions