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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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2010) supramaximal responses can be elicited in hand muscles by magnetic stimulation of the cervical motor roots.
For language, specifically Arabic, Samir said children's hand muscles are strengthened, especially the right side because Arabic is from right to left.
Paramount to the design was ease for one-handed operation, which was accomplished by optimizing the lens to grip angle for minimal strain on hand muscles.
Sounds like your mom is stretching her hand muscles to release any tightness that has built up in them.
The pinch grip strength in the involved digits was measured as 0/10, and the intrinsic right hand muscles were atrophied.
The second set of challenges, dubbed Keystone, covers a broad spectrum, including the development of a spacesuit glove that will not tire out an astronaut's hand muscles, the development of an unmanned cargo aircraft, and the creation of space radiation shields.
Children's hand muscles develop quicker than their vocal chords so it is quite easy to teach them.
Electrical signals race to the hand muscles, which then contract.
You would be amazed at how many hand muscles you never use until you milk.
Dime-sized electrodes hidden underneath the musician's headband and armbands would pickup electric signals from her brain and her eye, arm and hand muscles.
The Quill Mouse was designed to be the first and only Grip-Less computer mouse, no longer requiring any effort by the users finger and hand muscles to move and point the mouse cursor on the screen.
The hand muscles also need toning up and this can be done by squeezing a rubber ball for 10-minute sessions.