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Bone Markings a. Crest – ridge on a bone b. Spine – sharp projection c. Tubercle/tuberosity – rough projection d. Malleolus - thickened, triangular knob 2. Depressions/Openings a. Foramen – hole b. Fossa – depression or groove c. Sinus – cavity or hollow space d. Meatus - hollow cavity VIII. Joints (Articulations) A. Where bones come together. 1. May be movable or immovable. B. Three types: 1. Synarthrosis a. Non-movable. b. Fibrous connective tissue joins bones. c. Example are sutures of the skull.