from The Century Dictionary.

  • In an aboral manner or place; at, near, or in the direction of the aboral end; aborad: as, situated aborally.


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  • In this case the direction both of the "shock" and of the "release" runs aborally; but it can run the other way, as in the influence that the hind-limb centres have on the fore-limb.

    Sir Charles Sherrington - Nobel Lecture 1965


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