hipbone


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Synonyms for hipbone

large flaring bone forming one half of the pelvis

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But, if you absolutely have to unA[degrees]tuck, or are wearing a shirt designed to be unA[degrees]tucked (like a TA[degrees] shirt), make sure that the hem doesn't go past your hipbone.
Total body, lumbar spine, and hipbone mineral density were measured, and markers of bone turnover were assessed at the beginning at the trial,
Imagine that there are three floors for this elevator: floor 1 is on the ground, floor 2 is between the ground and the hipbone, and floor 3 is at the hipbones.
Hipbone surgery forced Wall to miss a lot of golf last year so he's already held off the operation as he fights to earn back his full European Tour card.
The baby has two separate heads, two spines, two nervous systems, two hands, two legs and single hipbone and private part," Dr S.
Currently, patients who are immobile must rely on caregivers to visually monitor their skin for the formation of ulcers, which often form over bony points such as the tailbone and the hipbone.
Nor does anyone stick a giant needle in your hipbone.
He has suffered a broken hipbone and a fractured rib, which has caused severe internal bleeding," said Aslam's father Basha Thabaralam.
Circle a tape measure around your midsection immediately above your hipbone.
Plans for Lady Jane Digby, who has made a miraculous recovery from a fractured hipbone sustained last autumn, may include the Arlington Million in the US later this month, followed by the E.
Before this workbench model was designed, a more primitive wheel was made by nailing the hipbone of a cow into the ground and placing a circular tray on the bone.
uk protector ensures that the hipbone is safe and protected in any position.
It is a painless extraction--a long hollow needle is inserted into the hipbone and the marrow is extracted from the centre of the large bone.