Noun(1) any of the bones of the fingers or toes(2) any closely ranked crowd of people(3) a body of troops in close array
(1) A single manual phalanx is shown on the first digit of the fore foot, although it is possible, or even likely that none of the manual phalanges were ossified.(2) Most intriguing, though, is that phalanx of stolid men in colourless suits forever behind and beside Bush.(3) He was moved through the media scrum surrounded by a phalanx of Dallas police officers.(4) The most recent addition to the West End of Glasgow's phalanx of themed restaurants, Arisaig, occupies the site of the former Living Room pub at the bottom of Byres Road.(5) Sixteen thousand of them he organized into a massive phalanx , even dressing them in Macedonian style.(6) A calcined distal first phalanx was recovered from Unit B, Level 2, while Unit E, Level 4 contained a calcined distal third phalanx .(7) We make our way slowly out of the field and along the side of a small country road, passing a phalanx of police officers dressed in riot gear.(8) And there was little beauty, if some nobility, in the famously effective Greek phalanx .(9) It seems pointless to lump these three very different authors together, particularly when they are juxtaposed against a phalanx of the great and the good of mainly ascendancy writing.(10) he headed past the phalanx of waiting reporters to the line of limos(11) How far did Handel's music exert a stranglehold, and was it ever seen as supporting the conservative Ancient Music phalanx , which was uniquely strong in Britain?(12) Two specimens, a distal two-thirds of a central metapodial and a complete proximal phalanx , are those of a large felid.(13) Labour's manifesto was launched not by the Prime Minister alone but by a carefully choreographed phalanx of six ministers, with the remainder of the Cabinet arrayed behind them as a silent chorus.(14) Of the strong modern phalanx of British composers, Judith Weir has long been a leader.(15) Dozens of pro- and anti-Estrada protesters had to be held back from near the main entrance of the court, where a phalanx of policemen were on guard and steel barricades had been erected.(16) With the help of the late Pim Fortuyn's phalanx of oddball MPs, he is putting together the most right-wing government seen in Holland since the war.
1. phalanx ::
2. column ::
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4. line ::
5. file ::
Different Formsphalanx, phalanxes
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