proper positioning

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  • He understood that with the proper positioning of the foot, the board could pop into the air.
  • Another main purpose of the brief is to define the proper positioning of a brand.
  • Proper positioning and function of the valves is critical for chamber formation and proper blood flow.
  • When proper positioning of the metal shell is obtained, the surgeon may select a liner made from various materials.
  • Holmes played a stand-up style, and relied on proper positioning to stop the puck.
  • Primordia developments in plants is critical to the proper positioning and development of plant organs.
  • Another way to assist a child who is having difficulties developing his fine motor skills is to provide the child with proper positioning of his hands and body to accomplish tasks.
  • The images are used for treatment planning and to assist the treatment team in proper positioning of the patient over the focused ultrasound transducer.
  • This is very useful for guitarists who are not familiar with standard notation and for instructing proper positioning on the neck.
  • The three towns are on the island's west coast because that is where bays and natural ports that could provide the proper positioning for seaside towns and forts exist.
  • After proper positioning, the thermocouple-controlled device monitors impedance, temperature, and regulates energy output.
  • Large-breasted mothers and mothers of small or hypotonic infants may need to support the breast or help maintain proper positioning of the baby's head or body.
  • Proper positioning of the body is key, including postural alignment for proper drainage of mucous secretions.
  • A strong pubococcygeus muscle has also been linked to a reduction in urinary incontinence and proper positioning of the baby's head during childbirth.
  • On the bottom of the tube is a shoulder brace for proper positioning along with a pistol grip trigger mechanism.
  • More specifically, this receptor may contribute to the proper positioning of activated T cells within the antigenic challenge sites and specialized areas of lymphoid tissues.
  • Recent studies have shown that the outcome of a hip resurfacing is dependent on surgeon experience and that proper positioning of hip resurfacing components is crucial.
  • Logical treatment consists of preventive measures such as early range of motion, proper positioning, passive support of soft tissue structures and possibly early re-activation of shoulder musculature using functional electrical stimulation.
  • Work utilizing genetic models confined this concept by demonstrating that the primary function of adhesion GPCRs may relate to the proper positioning of cells in a variety of organ systems.
  • By moving forward out of position, or by staying squarely in front of the PIT unit the lead vehicle can disallow the PIT unit from gaining proper positioning to conduct the maneuver.
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