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Posterior in einem Satz (in englisch)

Poses activate meridians of the posterior.
The boy staggered backwards only to find his posterior fixed.
Of course, in asanas not only anterior and posterior middle chan-.
Place the electrodes over the muscle belly of the posterior deltoids.
To stretch or maintain length of the posterior deltoids, rhomboids and shoulder capsule.
The anterior and posterior limbs in all the higher vertebrate classes are plainly homologous.
There were two broken ribs and deep cigarette burns on her posterior and on the soles of her feet.

Love - is anterior to Life - Posterior - to Death - Initial of Creation, and The Exponent of Earth.
She then put him down on the deck with enough force to make his knees buckle, sending him on his posterior.
Strangely the stinging burn I was feeling on the posterior end and the resentful anger that it had inspired went away.
It has been posterior likewise to the national debt ; but the national debt has most assuredly not been the cause of it.
The authors hypothesise that these images of the left posterior superior parietal lobe may provide a ‘photograph of God.
Shanandar smiled and crouched down the way only a Koorivar could, his posterior resting on the floor and his legs bent under him.
I slid to safety on my posterior; my host floated in after me a few moments later, clearly wanting to stay on the edge for the rest of the day.
It should be added, that the foundation of the Society of the Rights of Man seems to have been posterior to the date when this paper was found.
In the modern history of Europe, their extension and improvement have generally been posterior to those which were the offspring of foreign commerce.
Extraverts have more blood flow in the anterior cingulate gyrus, temporal lobes, and posterior thalamus, which are involved in sensory and emotional experience (1999).
The ivory-like tusks protruding from his upper jaw cleared the lip by a good four inches, their posterior edge honed razor sharp by years of competition with the lower pair.
Hubert remembered the imminent danger, and consigned the thought of Pussy’s posterior to his mental recycle bin, ready to be restored whenever he was in need of cheering up.
Posterior to this grant, Great Britain, having also acquired from Spain her possessions east of the Mississippi, erected the country into two provinces, East and West Florida.
In the surgeon’s deposition it was stated that the posterior third of the left parietal bone and the left half of the occipital bone had been shattered by a heavy blow from a blunt weapon.
As the man moved obediently, the Canadian intelligence chief took the already loaded hypodermic syringe, pressured the cap to clear the needle, then calmly put it in the unsuspecting man's posterior.
I have also seen, and why not, all those berciana mothers of the decades previous and posterior to a painful and sad period of our history when many wounds were opened and will take a long time to heal.
Though the period of the greatest prosperity and improvement of Great Britain has been posterior to that system of laws which is connected with the bounty, we must not upon that account, impute it to those laws.
Sancha showed an inclination to remain with him, but he jerked away her twining arms, blaspheming luridly, and accelerated her movements with a tremendous slap on the posterior that sent her scurrying across the plateau.
The alchemist and astronomer nearly fell on his posterior, stunned, when the flying ship overflew Toulouse: it was bigger than the city itself! While it flew mostly silently, the howling winds its passage over Toulouse created were easily heard and felt by Jean.
The larynx is so elongated that it rises up into the posterior end of the nasal passage, and is thus enabled to give free entrance to the air for the lungs, while the milk passes harmlessly on each side of this elongated larynx, and so safely attains the gullet behind it.
I admit that this modification was posterior in point of date to the arrangement here; that is to say, that the proclamation of the President of the United States was issued on the 19th, and that the orders were modified on the 29th of April; yet, in strict propriety, the new orders may be said to have issued before the arrangement, because it was before it was known.
Richardson has remarked, with the posterior part of their bodies rather wide and with the skin on their flanks rather full, to the so-called flying squirrels; and flying squirrels have their limbs and even the base of the tail united by a broad expanse of skin, which serves as a parachute and allows them to glide through the air to an astonishing distance from tree to tree.
Though posterior in their establishment, yet all the arts of refinement, philosophy, poetry, and eloquence, seem to have been cultivated as early, and to have been improved as highly in them as in any part of the mother country The schools of the two oldest Greek philosophers, those of Thales and Pythagoras, were established, it is remarkable, not in ancient Greece, but the one in an Asiatic, the other in an Italian colony.

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