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Multiple Meanings
phalanx — as in:  a phalanx of riot police

Alexander the Great built his empire with the strength of the Greek phalanx.
a group standing and moving together — especially an ancient Greek military formation
phalanx — in medicine

She broke the third phalanx on the right hand.
medicine:  any of the bones of the fingers or toes
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