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the state or quality of being physically strong

effective means of influencing, compelling, or punishing

to force one's way into a place or situation

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Evans defined the oblique ligament as a small bundle of fibers in the articular capsule, which arises from the dorsal margin of the supratrochlear foramen and crosses the elbow joint distally and medially to the tendons of the biceps brachii muscle and brachial muscle, and at the level of these tendons the oblique ligament divides into two parts: cranial and caudal portions.
The cranial portion attaches to the proximal medial border of the radius, bypassing the tendons of insertion of the brachial muscle and biceps brachii muscle, and the caudal portion fuses with the cranial portion of the medial collateral ligament, this being the reason why biometric data were obtained only for the cranial portion of the oblique ligament (Table I).
It fixes in association with the articular capsule, the oblique ligament and the radial insertion of the tendon of the biceps and brachial muscle.
The former was fixed to the proximal medial border of the radius, bypassing the tendons of insertion of the brachial muscle and biceps brachii muscle, and the latter fused with the cranial portion of the medial collateral ligament.
Brachial muscles in the chick embryo: the fate of individual somites.