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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of sternal

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of sternal:
/stɹ̩nəl/

Derived Form of sternal

adjective
comparitive: more sternal
superlative: most sternal
Adjective
1
of or relating to or near the sternum
See alsosternum,

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  1. the sternal rub. So what do you do when someone overdoses? First: Give sternal rub.
  2. sternal like a friggin shamrock shake
  3. ( LAUGHTER ) IN A STERNAL WORDED LETTER, THE
  4. The sternal support has a new design.
  5. THE STERNAL AREA. I COULD NOT PICK UP ANYTHING.
  6. IF I SQUEEZED SOMETHING IT CENTERED RIGHT INTO THE STERNAL
  7. STERNAL AREA. >> THERE IS SOMEONE WHO HAS HAD
  8. We have the sternal angle, where the manubrium
  9. This is the sternal angle.
  10. the sternum that gets-- the sternal angle that
  11. And the second costal cartilage is at the sternal angle.
  12. At sternal angle, in here.
  13. Here's our sternal angle, second costal cartilage, third,
  14. part originates at the medial half of the clavicle, the sternal costal part from the
  15. situated here at the sternal end, here of
  16. If I just show you that quickly, this junction here is the Angle of Louis, the sternal angle.
  17. a sternal and a clavicular attachment, then it's also attached to the mastoid process
  18. So, there's cartilage that connects the ends of the ribs to, um, the sternal bones,
  19. so you have these sternal bones and this is all supposed to be cartilage, um,
  20. So let's put in our sternum with our sternal notch,