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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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BEIRUT: Imagine if painful burns or muscle strain could be treated by just putting on a shirt.
Back pain affects four out of five people in the UK and one of the main causes is muscle strain, often caused by heavy lifting.
Dubai The Pakistan team have lost another player to injury as left-arm medium pacer Wahab Riaz has been ruled out of the Test series owing to an internal oblique muscle strain.
The resulting muscle strain value was determined using the following equation:
Germany's other major injury doubt is striker Lukas Podolski, who missed training yesterday with a muscle strain.
It's still a muscle strain and we're hoping he will progress.
Muscle strain injuries are particularly common in female (1) and male football players and account for: (i) approximately 10-30% of all football injuries; (2), (3) and (ii) 15% of more severe injuries.
Andy Murray is suffering from a slight muscle strain and Lloyd said of his absence: "I didn't think it was worthwhile taking the risk.
The French new boy is likely to play 45 minutes after recovering from a slight muscle strain.
The trigger pull has been designed to be ultra light, resulting in less muscle strain and operator fatigue.
I never had any serious injuries or setbacks due to joint or muscle strain," he says.
Sky Blues midfielder Jay Tabb will miss out on the Republic of Ireland Under-21s match in Greece tonight after sustaining a stomach muscle strain in training.
Nurse has a back problem while former Kettering defender Duke, who put pen to paper this week after deciding against a move to Hucknall, misses out through a leg muscle strain as Dean Thomas' men strive to make an early impact.
Kent still out: Second baseman Jeff Kent missed his fourth straight game with a slight oblique muscle strain.
The increasing symptoms after the run are more suggestive to me of muscle strain.