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English translation: zygomatic arch

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Spanish term or phrase:arco zigomático
English translation:zygomatic arch
Entered by: Kate Major
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00:24 Nov 5, 2008
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Science - Biology (-tech,-chem,micro-) / arco zigomático
Spanish term or phrase: Anatomy/ literature
Es cierto que la Señorita Gorda-pata-de-jamón había perdido dos incisivos y un colmillo y que Mr. Escaldado luciría el resto de su vida una buena colección de cicatrices —tres en la región frontal, una en el polo interno del ojo izquierdo, una irregular en el ala izquierda de la nariz y otra en forma de V sobre el ***arco zigomático***, según apuntaba el Informe Médico-Forense— pero como afirmaba X ...

From the account of a court case after a fight. Part of the head or face, but have not quite worked out which bit, exactly. Thanks in advance. :)
Kate Major
Spain
Local time: 14:55
zigomatic arch
Explanation:
The Zigomatic bone is commonly referred to as the zigomatic arch, which is the arch you can feel just under your eye
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Satto (Roberto)
Colombia
Local time: 07:55
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OK simpler than I thought. Thanks for clearing that one up for me Robert. Great help. :)
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zigomatic arch


Explanation:
The Zigomatic bone is commonly referred to as the zigomatic arch, which is the arch you can feel just under your eye

Satto (Roberto)
Colombia
Local time: 07:55
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OK simpler than I thought. Thanks for clearing that one up for me Robert. Great help. :)

Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
agree  Daltry Gárate: Yes, but be careful, it's not I but Y --> zygomatic
1 hr

agree  Eileen Banks
2 hrs

neutral  liz askew: ZYgomatic :-)
7 hrs
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