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Numerology information Gyri:
Name Number: 5 Meaning: Motion, Change, Freedom, Diversity, Liberty, Choice, Interest, Search, Risk, Danger, Fear
Definition funny of Gyri:
The wrinkles on your brain. Can be used as an insult or whatever you want it to, really. (The more you have, the smarter you are)
As an insult: Dude, you're such a stupid gyri. As it's actual meaning: GYRI!, GYRI FOR THE WIN!, GYRI OF DOOM!, etc.
Songs about Gyri:
Sevin gyri (Be Happy Now) by George Hadjineophytou from the Album Bazaar Istanbul - Music of Turkey
Gyftissa Gyri by Nikolas Mitsovoleas from the Album Gouri
Gyri by Øyonn Groven Myhren & Odd Nordstoga from the Album Nivelkinn
Gyri (Framhald) by Øyonn Groven Myhren & Odd Nordstoga from the Album Nivelkinn
Gyri Og Jo I Nivelkinn/Gyri Og Jo by Øyonn Groven Myhren & Odd Nordstoga from the Album Nivelkinn
Gyri Tek Ut by Øyonn Groven Myhren & Odd Nordstoga from the Album Nivelkinn
Gyrissviten (The Gyris Suite) by Frifot from the Album Jarven
Books about Gyri:
The Gyris Mission: Hal Junior 03 (Volume 3) by Simon Haynes (Sep 17, 2012)
The Human Cerebral Cortex: An MRI Atlas of the Sulci and Gyri in MNI Stereotaxic Space by Michael Petrides (Oct 27, 2011)
to gyri / το γυρί by politis kosmas / πολίτης κοσμάς (2006)
De Sulcis Et Gyris In Cerebris Simiarum Et Hominum ... (Latin Edition) by Adolf Pansch (Apr 10, 2012)
gyro apo ti gyri / γύρω από τη γύρη by mpikos thanasis / μπίκος θανάσης (2006)
The Human Cerebral Cortex: An MRI Atlas of the Sulci and Gyri in MNI Stereotaxic Space [Hardcover]  (Author... (2011)
To Gyri by Kosmas Polites
Wiki information Gyri:
The inferior or orbital surface of the frontal lobe is concave, and rests on the orbital plate of the frontal bone. It is divided into four orbital gyri by a well-marked H-shaped orbital sulcus. These are named, from their position, the medial,...
Gyrinocheilus is the single genus in the family Gyrinocheilidae, a family of small Southeast Asian cypriniform fishes that live in fast-flowing freshwater mountain streams. They hold on to fixed objects using a sucker-like mouth, and, despite the...