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Over time the river may dry up or avulse and the point bar may be preserved as cross bedding.
Sometimes, the force is great enough to pull off or avulse a piece of phalangeal bone to which the tendon can remain attached.
Rivers can also avulse due to the erosion of a new channel that creates a straighter path through the landscape.
The conoid-trapezoid ligament origin may avulse from the coracoid
The singularity matrix will avulse at the Gamma Quadrant entrance in approximately eighteen hours.
Alluvial fan deltas, as seen in their name, avulse frequently and more closely approximate an ideal fan shape.
In cases of severe inversion sprain, the peroneal longus tendon may avulse from the styloid.
These stretches can cause ruptures to the superior portions of the brachial plexus or avulse the roots from the spinal cord.
The Mississippi and Ural River deltas, with their bird's-feet, are examples of rivers that do not avulse often enough to form a symmetrical fan shape.
AVULSE means to “tear off forcefully” and AME identifies the African Methodist Episcopal Church Inc.
The fracture commonly results from an abduction-external rotation force, causing the anterior tibiofibular ligament to avulse the anterolateral corner of the distal tibial epiphysis resulting in a Salter Harris Type III fracture.
26,500 BP: the Taupo volcano erupts extremely violently, covering much of the country with ignimbrite or volcanic ash and causing the Waikato River to avulse from the Hauraki Plains to its current path through the Waikato to the Tasman Sea.