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    1. The loss of balance that leads to serious, injury-producing falls can be traced to age-related changes in the brain, diminishing vision, inner ear problems, weakening of the legs and trunk and/or the declining reliability of sensory mechanisms that let the brain know where the limbs are in space

    2. Curry: Made into a paste painted on trunk of plant to protect from insects and can also be made into a liquid and sprayed

    3. It's not really very heavy for its size, it couldn't be a treasure chest, all metals are much heavier than that, it's lighter than a section of tree trunk that size and I've moved them with the rockosaur

    4. " He pointed at the big trunk that came down at a sharper angle than the others

    5. David pops the trunk with a key fob

    6. ‘I left all my personal stuff … school reports and the like … in a trunk locked in the roof there

    7. I tried to pick at the frame of the grill so that I could steal a stray beam of light from the bulb in the corridor, but all that I did was aggravate the pin prick wound in my finger from the bullet hole in the trunk of the car that had brought me here

    8. Unlike my previous trip in the trunk of the car, where I had some space in which to flex, this box was only just big enough to hold me

    9. Alan watched a long stick with a shattered-off piece of trunk on the end of it came out of the brush first, and then the leaves parted to reveal Luray

    10. The pause gave him a chance to examine the stick she was carrying, which was pretty long and heavy, ugly with the broken off jagged piece of trunk

    11. In little more than ten minutes Desa came back to him around the other side of the nearest trunk

    12. They were sitting backlit by the fireplace staring out toward where the sounds were coming from and a little bit behind the most convenient trunk

    13. It took another claw at the spot where they'd climbed into the tree, then began rumbling off after the herd again, brushing against the trunk of the frond Alan was in and shaking it enough to almost knock him out of it

    14. High above the town on a scrubby hill overlooking the crazy blue Aegean I came across a fallen tree trunk and there I sat, just to sit and listen

    15. As Ken and Eileen grew steadily into the trunk stiffening years of their mid-thirties, Ken, moved by an unconscious desire to nurture and grow, turned the back garden of their modest home into a vegetable grower’s delight, with rows of broad beans, green beans, carrots and parsnips swelling with each alternate kiss of the sun and caress of summer rain

    16. 'Take a dozen Govind bhai,' he said and opened a wooden trunk, the India-

    17. He opened the wooden trunk and took out a bat wrapped in plastic

    18. A man dragged a heavy wooden trunk into our shop

    19. He arranged the trunk on the floor

    20. Just this one trunk is

    21. borrowed the card from his trunk

    22. Compared to them she was as shapely as the average young tree trunk, perched up on long saplings, with long scrawny arms and insect bites for tits

    23. As Ken and Eileen grew steadily into the trunk stiffening years

    24. His trunk and limbs began to slide

    25. On both sides, the hood and the trunk the words, “WIFE BEATER” were painted in bright silver

    26. There was a large trunk in the

    27. The trunk was far too heavy to move

    28. The trunk was filled with

    29. He took a rifle from his trunk, rested it across his shoulder and walked south along the tracks

    30. he sat heavily on the trunk of a fallen tree and held

    31. “I just wish I could put you two into a trunk and take you with me

    32. The sides were all tooled leather over cedar panels and two sewn down wide black leather straps which encircled the trunk and secured it when closed with brass buckles

    33. Harry accepted the key and unlatched the trunk

    34. On the side facing the drawers and cabinet of the trunk was an embroidered stiff curtain which could be untethered at the bottom and pulled over the top of the trunk's side

    35. Grinly sat on the trunk of a fallen tree cradling his

    36. His trunk waited on the trolley with Mr

    37. He repacked his texts in his trunk and picked up the daunting stack of correspondence, orders, and status logs which Mr

    38. They had to bring in a little help with this and that, new centers of growth have taken over old, what was once the broken-off trunk has put up shoots above everyone now and knee-roots have grown into trunks

    39. The doctor hits the junction and accelerates through the left turn, swerving across the road as he heads out towards the main North Devon trunk road

    40. Allcock, Harry packed his trunk and readied for disembarking onto the soil of a new country

    41. The Bideford bridge disappears as he climbs the ascent to the top of the first stretch of dual carriageway on the main trunk road east

    42. “So what’s in the boxes anyway?” Johnson asked closing the trunk of the

    43. Harry packed his trunk and hung up his new wardrobe inside its small closet

    44. The tree-houses seemed to be held together by vines, but there was definitely a door that looked like it lead into the trunk of the tree

    45. Harry was in one of those rooms packing his trunk with everything he would be taking with him for the holidays

    46. She put the lantern back on it’s hook, the stub of what had once been a small branch in the house trunk flanking the chimney

    47. He left is trunk at the station; they would pick it up when they returned by carriage for Kaitlyn and her baggage, which they did just before Mr

    48. He went down the inside stairs and found his way to an entry hall in the bottom of a tree trunk

    49. would fit in the trunk

    50. The trunk door closed and with it all light from the

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    proboscis trunk automobile trunk boot luggage compartment body torso bole tree trunk hind posterior rear abdomen middle thorax chest strong-box receptacle baggage suitcase stalk log stem stock column butt snout beak prow