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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 transverse plane moments during the WA and MS were small when compared with the sagittal and frontal plane moments and never became greater than 0.
While the rotation moments for sidestep cutting were generally greater than straight walking at the corresponding speeds, they were significantly smaller than the sagittal and frontal plane moments at the corresponding stance phase.
The ankle mechanics during sidestep cutting and straight walking at two different speeds showed that the ankle frontal plane rotation significantly changed during sidestep cutting when compared with straight walking.
The results from the experiments described in this article show the importance of frontal plane movement during turning.
no voltages were commanded to the motors in these directions)--in other words, the ankle was free to move in the untrained frontal plane.
In the frontal plane, stretch amplitudes ranged from 25[degrees] in INV to 20[degrees] in EV.
03), but not in the frontal plane (Figure 4(b))--the stiffness did not significantly differ between EV (40.
For movement in the frontal plane, we calculated the ratio of the mean DI values of the left and right ischial tuberosities.
7 times an hour) and approximately every 6 minutes in the frontal plane (10 times an hour), as measured with pressure sensors and movement analysis.
Posture shifts were composed mostly of movements in the sagittal plane (~80%) and movements in the frontal plane (~20%).