M. Posterior scapular artery.
"Surgical Anatomy" by Joseph Maclise
She wore no scapular, and no hood above the close cap that hid her hair and crossed her forehead.
"A Son of Hagar" by Sir Hall Caine
He hated the crucifix, he hated the scapular, he hated the priests.
"Shapes that Haunt the Dusk" by Various
Neither cowl nor scapular fetters his motions; a plain black gown, not unlike a frock-coat, envelopes his person.
"Pilgrimage from the Alps to the Tiber" by James Aitken Wylie
Long afterwards, Henry had talked to his father about Bridget, and Mr. Quinn had expressed regret for what he had said about the scapular.
"Changing Winds" by St. John G. Ervine
A handsome and very different species from any of the foregoing, having the crown ashy blue, and the long scapulars black instead of white.
"The Bird Book" by Chester A. Reed
Etheleage, monastic dress, cowl and scapular; large curly beard.
"Bell's Cathedrals: The Cathedral Church of Wells" by Percy Dearmer
Geoghen, with his towering, menacing form, his dull, animal's face, his swinging crutch, his mysterious scapular, haunted me continuously.
"The Seven-Branched Candlestick" by Gilbert W. (Gilbert Wolf) Gabriel
Thus the clavicular arch is placed in front of the scapular arch.
"Dragons of the Air" by H. G. Seeley
No, it's not a scapular, Bennett.
"Kim" by Rudyard Kipling
But he found there nothing but an old scapular, seven liards, three breeches-buttons, and a few rosaries.
"The Legend of the Glorious Adventures of Tyl Ulenspiegel in the land of Flanders and elsewhere" by Charles de Coster
Tattered prayer-books and somewhat dingy scapulars were brought to light.
"Modern Essays" by John Macy
Areas immediately posterior to the ears, in the scapular region, molt last.
"Speciation and Evolution of the Pygmy Mice, Genus Baiomys" by Robert L. Packard
There exists, therefore, in an independent form, the scapular portion only.
"Artistic Anatomy of Animals" by Édouard Cuyer
Donations of beads, scapulars, etc., would be most thankfully received.
"Donahoe's Magazine, Volume XV, No. 3" by Various
Female green; head, cheeks, and scapulars bluish; throat grey.
"Zoological Illustrations, Volume II" by William Swainson
Drevenoff was one, and he wore the scapular.
"Ashton Kirk, Secret Agent" by John T. McIntyre
Willingly, gladly, would I see my scapular replaced by the tunic for my coffin.
"The Hill of Venus" by Nathan Gallizier
The scapulars and large wing-coverts are a mixture of blue, yellow, and green.
"The Natural History of Cage Birds" by J. M. Bechstein
Neither Our Lady, whose scapular he wears, nor I.
"The Catholic World. Volume III; Numbers 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6." by E. Rameur