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to encircle with or as if with a band

to present with a quality, trait, or power

to prepare (oneself) for action

Synonyms for gird

prepare oneself for a military confrontation

put a girdle on or around

bind with something round or circular

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Glenohumeral internal rotation deficit (GIRD) has been correlated to shoulder pathology in elite overhead athletes in both baseball and tennis, however, similar mechanisms that cause this motor control imbalance are prevalent in many work place tasks and activities of daily living.
Dubai Municipality, the organisers of the event, later handed Shamsudheen Abdul Khadar, secretary of GIRD, a trophy and a certificate recognising the fact that the NGO was the fifth largest group to have participated in the programme.
One recent theory suggests a primary posterior-inferior capsular contracture as a potential source of the disabled throwing shoulder and that it can be measured by a glenohumeral internal rotation deficit (GIRD) (Burkhart et al., 2003b).
The main topic of this paper is model for testing power transformer in cases of inrush current appearance, when unloaded transformer is switched on gird, and case of appearance of switch voltage in normal drive.
Peter has some cogent advice for such folk, when he says: "Wherefore gird up the loins of your mind, be sober and hope for the grace that will be revealed to you." This vivid expression, in plain English, means "take off your coats and roll up your sleeves so that you can think out your faith and put it into practice."
His broader, if more diffuse, mission here is to gird the loins of Heideggerian thought for an encounter with Marxism as the thought of capitalism.
For their part, traditional Synchronous condensers, when connected to a gird, are used to compensate for inductive or capacitive loads to bring current and voltage into phase.
'We switched to alternative sources as soon as we could and had 40,000 homes back on within 20 minutes and the whole gird operating by 10.52am.'
Even during the 1961 Berlin crisis when Kennedy warned the nation to gird for nuclear Armageddon, the response proved tepid.
ISA's Colombian gird has been hit hard by a series of attacks by leftist guerrillas, so a blackmail scandal may seem tame by comparison.
I think the scribe wants for gird to complete his cliche.
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According to media reports, the victim, identified as Haji Mohammad Ismail, resident of Gird Gap along with his friend was on his way when some unknown armed masked men opened fire upon them near Saryab Custom.
The commissioner gave these directions on Friday during a visit to the site of the under-construction gird station where officials of Water and Power Development Authority and Quetta Electricity Supply Company briefed him on the progress.