PODEX


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PODEXNight Photographic Exercise
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Pictured is the Rev Bert Galloway, of Teesside Industrial Mission, taking a swing in a game of podex.
To study the chick embryo, Fabrici, 1942b, 141-48, begins with basically seven structures, though the uterus signified three of them: the uterus, the egg, the vitellarium (group of yolks) or raceme (ovary, group of eggs), the pediolus (stalk to which yolks are attached), the peduncle (attaching yolk to the stalk), the infundibilum (the passage between the first and second uterus), and the podex (where the second uterus terminates).
Other sports will include football, volleyball, podex and championship Tenni-golf.