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Rest

To cease motion, exertion, or labor.

In a lawsuit, a party is said to "rest," or "rest her case," when that party indicates that she has produced all the evidence that she intends to offer at that stage and submits the case either finally, or subject to the right to offer rebutting evidence after her opponent has introduced her evidence.

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The comparative effects of 5 different finger rests on forearm muscle activity in 32 senior dental hygiene students who had scaling experience in all 4 quadrants of the mouth, were used to ensure valid and reliable research outcomes.
His rifle butt was balanced upright against his thigh; his index finger rested on the trigger.
If all this isn't enough, the new Firestorm is ergonomically balanced with a mid-handle design, featuring a rubber comfort grip with finger rests. In addition, the drill's storage box mounts to the wall.
Sadly for Mick, on her finger rests a huge diamond ring given by her fiance.
One finger rests on top of the arrow nock and the other two rest below, with the string on the tips of the fingers - no farther back than the fingertip mound.
On one finger rests a ring the size of a small dinner plate.
There is an unseen sensor inside the unit at the rear of the polymer housing, right where your middle finger rests when you have a firing grip.
But GripSense is, as Lasermax says, "Similar to capacitive sensing technology in smartphones." Basically when you grip the gun (with the GripSense light/laser module installed) your middle finger rests "near" (or against) the bottom of the trigger guard where the sensor is located.
The sensor is placed behind the phone and located where the index finger rests on the rear of the phone.
When my trigger finger rests outside the triggerguard, it falls nicely on the Curve's light/laser button, found on the right side of the gun.
In the big picture, this boils down to full-capture, drop-away and finger rests.
The typical flared butt found on so many of the factory "target" stocks is exactly the opposite of the way it should be; its greatest circumference is where our shortest finger rests. Those OEMs who do provide oversize or "magnum" grips which extend the butt to accommodate the little finger are so large at that point that very little gripping strength can be brought to bear.