PHALANX (Gr. /&Xa'y, , of unknown origin) , the name, inGreek
See also:history of the arrangement of heavy-armed
See also:infantry in a single close mass of spearmen (see ARMY: History) . In anatomy, the Latin plural phalanges is the
See also:term applied to the bones of the
See also:finger and toe, and in botany to a
See also:group of
See also:united stamen clusters . The term " phalanx " was adopted by F . C . M .
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