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    1. One of the basic Yoga asanas, it stretches the vertebrae to the maximum, and subjects the abdomen and its organs and muscles to a powerful massage

    2. Stunned, Nathalia watched as black blood restored its vertebrae and tissue began growing over its newly formed spine

    3. Orb and Golf together healed Danny’s crushed vertebrae and Ben’s broken ribs whilst they were in this intense state of energy-fire

    4. It would have left the pelvis, shoulder blades, maybe a few vertebrae

    5. Two vertebrae at the base of his neck, C-6 and C-7 were broken, as well as five ribs and an arm

    6. Another acquaintance suffered from crippling arthritis and a stiff neck from the surgical fusion of vertebrae

    7. The hammer cracked vertebrae and ground glass into bone

    8. The barbs cut into spinal cord and bone as the wire threaded between two vertebrae

    9. “Please, Ren,” your white tee comes up over your head, black bikini top tiger stripped black inlay over your chest with boy short bottoms bleached rabbit vertebrae belt around your waist, rabbit feet hanging from your earlobes, bronzed

    10. discs that act as cushions between the vertebrae (the bones of the spine) is pushed out of its usual position

    11. spine will identify spondylolisthesis very easily because the radiographer can see the slipped vertebrae whether or not you have any spondylolisthesis

    12. slipped and the vertebrae above and below it

    13. Do your best to see that the cervical vertebrae are in right alignment

    14. And with a savage wrench he twisted Baal-pteor's head around until the ghastly face leered over the left shoulder, and the vertebrae snapped like a rotten branch

    15. Conan glared at it with some curiosity, noticing the state of the bare bones, most of which were splintered and broken; the skull which had fallen from the vertebrae, was crushed as if by some savage blow of tremendous force

    16. He noticed a leather thong which was blackened with dry blood and tangled around the exposed vertebrae below her mauled head

    17. The Warren Commission placed this shot on the neck (last minute change to the report by Gerald Ford) even though it was at the 3rd thoracic vertebrae with an off angle of 45 degrees

    18. The grip then tightened and the noise of crushed vertebrae could be heard by the occupants of the car

    19. ‘’It was actually rather simple to find that out during my autopsy, Inspector: someone crushed their necks, reducing their vertebrae to powder

    20. The ‘turning waist’ movement strengthens the movement co-ordination of the muscle groups and joints of the waist and hip, hence this step has definite usefulness in the prevention and cure of lumbar muscle strain, and in improving the functions of lumbar vertebrae and reduce problems of lumbosacral joint

    21. ‘Pushing palm’ strengthens the movement co-ordination of cervical and thoraxic vertebrae, and shoulder and elbow joints

    22. She was bringing up the rear, and as she crossed one of the vertebrae, it separated from the spine, sending it tumbling down the dune

    23. Using all her strength, Cheryl managed to cut the cervical vertebrae and sever the head letting it roll to the side

    24. Rapunzel spends the evening tracing the lines of Eugene's back – the strong curve of his shoulder blades, the rise of his vertebrae, the way he narrows at the waist, the way his muscles roll beneath her fingers

    25. Suddenly Olin felt a large strong hand grasp the nape of his neck and a powerful compressive force, which he believed was certain to snap his vertebrae, shoved his head upwards causing him to have to stand on the tips of his toes

    26. the vertebrae of their necks in order to separate the heads

    27. He rose slowly; his body was folded toward his legs and he carefully unwrapped his spine, vertebrae by vertebrae

    28. had a pelvis, attached to their vertebrae

    29. the vertebrae, so it has a sacrum

    30. vertebrae echoed through the lawn

    31. He was stooped so low that his vertebrae stuck out against the

    32. The most awful breathing I call «spine of lower vertebrae

    33. The distinguished scientist Herr Professor Luitpold Blumenduft tendered medical evidence to the effect that the instantaneous fracture of the cervical vertebrae and consequent scission of the spinal cord would, according to the best approved tradition of medical science, be calculated to inevitably produce in thehuman subject a violent ganglionic stimulus of the nerve centres of the genital apparatus, thereby causing the elastic pores of the corpora cavernosa to rapidly dilate in such a way as to instantaneously facilitate the flow of blood to that part of the human anatomy known as the penis or male organ resulting in the phenomenon which has been denominated by the faculty a morbid upwards and outwards philoprogenitive erection in articulo mortis per diminutionem capitis

    34. He unbuttoned successively in reversed direction waistcoat, trousers, shirt and vest along the medial line of irregular incrispated black hairs extending in triangular convergence from the pelvic basin over the circumference of the abdomen and umbilicular fossicle along the medial line of nodes to the intersection of the sixth pectoral vertebrae, thence produced both ways at right angles and terminating in circles described about two equidistant points, right and left, on the summits of the mammary prominences

    35. It wasn’t a compression injury with vertebrae collapsing on each other that you would associate with a fall like that

    36. Nor was it an injury you would see in a hanging where the vertebrae are separated vertically

    37. The long white ridge of his spine, with the huge, prominent shoulder blades and jutting ribs and vertebrae, was bare, and Marya Nikolaevna and the waiter were struggling with the sleeve of the night shirt, and could not get the long, limp arm into it

    38. She wishes there were some scrap of cardboard or old shirt she could use to cushion the guy’s vertebrae, but if he’s bleeding internally, he’s not going to care

    39. Campbell stepped forward and plunged a knife deeply into the groom’s chest, between the third and fourth vertebrae, the closest route to the heart

    40. vertebrae to my neck

    41. Vertebrae were mixed in with the rocks

    42. It took the monster on the back of the neck and wedged between vertebrae to cut the spinal cord

    43. A quick twist of the neck accompanied by the quiet crunch of vertebrae, and it would be done

    44. It also leads to calcium deficiencies, as calcium is pulled from the bones to fight the high acidic levels in the body, and these lead to weakened or collapsed vertebrae, poor posture, and back pain

    45. There was a long sustained and supreme effort on the ape-man's part—and the vertebrae of Sabor's neck parted with a sharp snap

    46. Hilaire, both with varieties and species, that when any part or organ is repeated many times in the same individual (as the vertebrae in snakes, and the stamens in polyandrous flowers) the number is variable; whereas the number of the same part or organ, when it occurs in lesser numbers, is constant

    47. Most physiologists believe that the bones of the skull are homologous—that is, correspond in number and in relative connexion—with the elemental parts of a certain number of vertebrae

    48. How inexplicable are the cases of serial homologies on the ordinary view of creation! Why should the brain be enclosed in a box composed of such numerous and such extraordinarily shaped pieces of bone apparently representing vertebrae? As Owen has remarked, the benefit derived from the yielding of the separate pieces in the act of parturition by mammals, will by no means explain the same construction in the skulls of birds and reptiles

    49. It must suffice for our purpose to bear in mind that an indefinite repetition of the same part or organ is the common characteristic, as Owen has remarked, of all low or little specialised forms; therefore the unknown progenitor of the Vertebrata probably possessed many vertebrae; the unknown progenitor of the Articulata, many segments; and the unknown progenitor of flowering plants, many leaves arranged in one or more spires

    50. Naturalists frequently speak of the skull as formed of metamorphosed vertebrae; the jaws of crabs as metamorphosed legs; the stamens and pistils in flowers as metamorphosed leaves; but it would in most cases be more correct, as Professor Huxley has remarked, to speak of both skull and vertebrae, jaws and legs, etc

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