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If during an earthquake you cannot escape out of the structure lie in fetal position near a large object.
Fetal magnetic resonance imaging provides excellent tissue contrast and is not limited by maternal obesity, skull calcification, or fetal position.
She was so weak she could not move out of the fetal position and did not respond when we gave her a bath.
Ellice Lieberman, et al, published their study "Changes in Fetal Position During Labor and Their Association With Epidural Analgesia" in Obstetrics and Gynecology, the journal of the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology (ACOG).
Isaiah's vision undoes all that kind of pretense and reduces the priest to lying on the floor in the fetal position.
One FBI agent stated in a July 29, 2004, report that some detainees were found "chained hand and foot in a fetal position to the floor, with no chair, food, or water.
The Doomscale is now bleeding and in fetal position.
Being in a fetal position isn't what leadership is all about," he notes.
This is when the baby is lying in the womb with its spine against its mother's spine, rather than in the normal fetal position.
One Marine told an FBI observer that some interrogations led to prisoners "curling into a fetal position on the floor and crying in pain," according to the letter dated July 14, 2004.
Her legs were locked into a fetal position while her head and arms were in constant spastic motion.
Although the reason for the differences remains unclear, questionnaire data show that 69 percent of the volunteers that had slept on medium-firm mattresses slumbered mainly in the fetal position by the end of the study, compared with 59 percent of the other study participants.
His solo debut, Fetal Position, was released in June on Meat Market Records (available at www.