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sole

adjective individual, insular, isolated, lone, one, only, separate, single, singular, solitary, solus, unattended, unicus, unique, unus
Associated concepts: sole actor, sole and exclusive cause, sole and unconditional owner, sole proprietor, sole surviving heir
See also: exclusive, individual, singular, solitary, unique

SOLE. Alone, single; used in contradistinction to joint or married. A sole tenant, therefore, is one who holds lands in his own right, without being joined with any other. A feme sole is a single woman; a sole corporation is one composed of only one natural person.

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A lightweight cellular material, Poron urethane provides insoles with greater shock absorption than any other material tested, says Rogers Corp.
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Leung and colleagues also examined the impact of UC Avrtvz JBL ground reaction forces, a significant difference between the two modes on the vertical component at the top of the shoes and insoles the shoes I saw the results of the present study is in agreement [7] and the study of viscoelastic shoe insoles Nyg and colleagues in relation to the impact on ground reaction force on the runners, no difference was observed using insole force to deal with the results of the present study is consistent with the conventional insoles.
The Tri-Balance Gel Advanced Orthothic Insoles are designed to provide a three-zone comfort approach to relieve foot discomfort in the heel, arch and ball-of-foot areas.
Earlier this year plans were submitted to repair and refurbish Llandaff's Insole Court, built in 1856 by colliery owner James Harvey Insole.
The finding that wedge insoles don't help knee osteoarthritis (OA) patients means that treatment recommendations from the European League Against Rheumatism (EULAR) and from the Osteoarthritis Research Society International (OARSI) need revision, said Kim Bennell, Ph.
After the sensitivity tests, subjects were asked to stand on a pair of vibrating insoles that were attached to a force plate (Bertec 4060, Bertec Corporation; Columbus, Ohio) with double-sided tape.
On receiving the prescription specialised technicians identify the area needing alignment and design and manufacture an insole to meet the client's needs.
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