manikin


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Synonyms for manikin

a person who is very small but who is not otherwise deformed or abnormal

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a woman who wears clothes to display fashions

a life-size dummy used to display clothes

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You are to search the manikin, and take away its purse; if a single bell stirs during the operation, you will be hung.
I warn you for the last time, that if I hear a single bell, you will take the place of the manikin.
No hope was left for him, accordingly, unless it were the slight chance of succeeding in the formidable operation which was imposed upon him; he decided to risk it, but it was not without first having addressed a fervent prayer to the manikin he was about to plunder, and who would have been easier to move to pity than the vagabonds.
Perceiving that no respite, nor reprieve, nor subterfuge was possible, he bravely decided upon his course of action; he wound his right foot round his left leg, raised himself on his left foot, and stretched out his arm: but at the moment when his hand touched the manikin, his body, which was now supported upon one leg only, wavered on the stool which had but three; he made an involuntary effort to support himself by the manikin, lost his balance, and fell heavily to the ground, deafened by the fatal vibration of the thousand bells of the manikin, which, yielding to the impulse imparted by his hand, described first a rotary motion, and then swayed majestically between the two posts.
They had already detached the manikin to make room for him.
He shared them with the manikin, who licked his lips and said:
The Simpleton thanked the manikin very kindly, bade him farewell, and went into the road.
Merseyside became the company's first manikin customer, followed quickly by Cheshire and North Wales.
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This may cause stress for those who are unfamiliar and intimidated by the associated pedagogy and technology because internationally, nursing research literature has reported nursing academics do not engage with manikin simulation equipment because they feel incompetent with simulation pedagogy and lack understanding of the manikins' technology (Hollema 2015; Rudd 2013; Blazeck 2011).
She was also fourth in the 50m carry and claimed bronze in the manikin relay and the medley relay.
The study concluded that radiant cooling system removed more heat from manikin model by radiant heat transfer mode.
The effect of a vehicle's climate control system on occupant comfort can be characterized from the data collected by an HVAC manikin.
In a study about tracheal intubation with a McGrath(r) Series 5 video laryngoscope by novice personnel in a cervical-immobilized manikin, similar to our results first-attempt success rate was higher for the McGrath(r) Series 5 compared to the Macintosh laryngoscope (84.
This study evaluated the ISO 5353 Seat Index Point Tool (SIPT) as an alternative to the SAE J826 H-point manikin for measuring military seats.