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Bones Season 7, Episode 10: We Break the Code! Your Guide to the Complex Terms in “The Warrior In The Wuss”
1. Pelvic Inlet: Take one guess. Yep, you're right on — it defines the boundary between the "lesser pelvis" and the "greater pelvis." (Note: Booth only has a greater pelvis.)
2. Maxillary Central Incisor: Your two front teeth. In other words, all you want for Christmas! Brennan was able to tell the victim's age by looking at these bad-boys.
3. External Iliac Arteries: Two major arteries in the victim's pelvis, which were nicked by the weapon. That's right, you're pumped full of blood down in your danger zone.
4. Carrion: Dead animal bones. Great for all kinds of things, including but not limited to art projects with small children.
5. Periosteum: A thin membrane that covers the outer surface of all bones. Think of it as a bone condom.
6. Ischial Spine: A bone in the pelvis. In other news, we're really worried about the kind of dirty talk Brennan uses in the bedroom.
7. WeTube: The unfortunate result of Fox's inability to secure the rights to say "YouTube."
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