The column of bones in the back which sustains and gives firmness to the frame; the spine; the vertebral or spinal column.
The exposed part of a bound volume when shelved. Also called spine and shelf back.
The back of a bound book. Also known as a spine.
A chain of small bones that run along the center of the back of a vertebrate. Also called the spine or spinal column.
The flexible bone column extending from the base of the skull to the tailbone. It is made up of 33 bones, known as vertebrae. The first 24 vertebrae are separated by discs known as intervertebral discs, and bound together by ligaments and muscles. Five vertebrae are fused together to form the sacrum and 4 vertebrae are fused together to form the coccyx. The backbone is also referred to as the vertebral column, spinal column, or spine.
The back of a bound book; also called the spine.
The bound edge of a magazine or book.
The back of a bound book connecting the two covers; also called spine.
A book's backstrap, backstrip or spine.
The bones, muscles, tendons, and other tissues that reach from the base of the skull to the tailbone. The backbone encloses the spinal cord and the fluid surrounding the spinal cord. Also called spine, spinal column, and vertebral column.
(aka Spine or Spinal column) Supports the head and creates a path for the spinal cord. It is a flexible column made of 33 bones known as vertebrae that runs down the middle of the body.
The spine. A flexible row of bones stretching from the base of the skull to the tailbone. See the entire definition of Backbone
A bindery term used to describe the back edge of a bound book which connects the front and back covers, more commonly referred to as the spine.
Alternate term for spine.