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What is the sacrum?
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Sacrum is a triangular bone at the *** of the spine and at the upper and back part of the pelvic cavity.
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Sometimes referred to as the sacral spine, the sacrum is a bone found that the base of the spinal column. Composed of five different vertebrae that are fused to form a triangular or wedge shape, the sacral bone is also sometimes known as the cross bone. When reference is made to the five vertebrae collectively, the term sacrum is used. However, when referring to any one of the five, it is more common to refer to the sacral vertebrae.
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Something sacred is something pure. It is one thing that is highly respected and can not be desecrated in any way. Often is something religious.
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Sacrum: The large heavy bone at the base of the spine, which is made up of fused sacral vertebrae.
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