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A vertebrae is the name given to each one of the small bones in the Vertebral Column ( spine). An adult human has 34 vertebrae in their spine.
any of the single bones or segments of the spinal column, articulating in the higher vertebrates with those adjacent to it by means of elastic fibrous disks
Vertebra in medical terminology refers to any of the 33 bones of the vertebral (spinal) column, comprising 7 cervical, 12 thoracic, 5 lumbar, 5 sacral, and 4 coccygeal vertebrae.
The bones that make up your spine
the vertebra is a bone in the neck and back
Vertebrae are the pieces of bone that connect chain-like to make up your spine, and the spines of all vertebrate animals. The plural of vertebra is vertebrae, but vertebras is also OK.
They are the bones of the spine.

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