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having no irregularities, roughness, or indentations

to make even, smooth, or level

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a level of existence or development

a power tool for smoothing or shaping wood

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cut or remove with or as if with a plane

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travel on the surface of water

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make even or smooth, with or as with a carpenter's plane

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having a surface without slope, tilt in which no part is higher or lower than another

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The questions accounted for static sensations of standing balance anteroposteriorly and mediolaterally as well as dynamic sensations in early and late stance of gait in the sagittal plane and at midstance in the coronal plane (Table 1).
The Friedman test did not demonstrate general statistical differences in the static and dynamic PAPI measures with translational perturbations in the coronal plane.
For instance, the prosthetic socket may be set up slightly laterally from the neutral position in the coronal plane to generate a slight genu varum moment in stance to relieve pressure over the head of the fibula and peroneal nerve and to keep trunk stability by reducing lateral bending over the foot [7-8].
All 40 muscles were independently evaluated for inclusion in the base set of 16 FES muscles by the magnitude of their relative contributions to the required moments at each of the DOFs over a subset of postures limited to the sagittal and coronal planes.
Simulations were performed in the sagittal and coronal planes using all 40 muscles to determine the subset of 16 muscles that would provide the largest range of feasible postures.
Figure 4 shows a graphical representation of the tested posture space, where the position in the coronal plane is identified by the left hip adduction angle (on the x-axis) and the position in the sagittal plane is identified by the ankle angles (on the y-axis).
Activating the inferior portion of the adductor magnus as opposed to the superior portion caused a decrease in the range of feasible postures in the coronal plane because of the decrease in available hip adduction moment (Figure 7(c)).
This fracture typically extends through the epiphysis in the sagittal plane, through the physis in the horizontal plane, and then extends through the posterior metaphysis in the coronal plane.
Complete duplication of the urinary bladder in the coronal plane is much more unusual.
Duplication of the urinary bladder may occur in the sagittal or coronal plane.