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So it was that he spied Tarzan as the boy emerged from the clawing, pushing throng with that hairy forearm hugged firmly to his body.
It was to be the length of a man's forearm," corrected Momaya, "but you shall have nothing, old thief.
He lay at full length, upon his stomach, his feet resting upon the toes, his head upon the left forearm.
We were regularly christened, but afterward, in the very act of tattooing us with small distinguishing marks, the operator lost his reckoning; and although I bear upon my forearm a small "H" and he bore a "J," it is by no means certain that the letters ought not to have been transposed.
His hand crept along her bare forearm and up and partly under the elbow-sleeve.
A number of daily functions and sporting events need high levels of activity of the flexor musculature of the forearms and hands.
Syringomas over the forearms are less commonly found.
Lie face down with your forearms on the floor and your elbows directly beneath your shoulders.
These educational DVDs focus on using the forearms instead of the hands as a primary tool when performing massage.
Summary: Indonesian Rusidah Badawi has no forearms and no fingers but manages to work successfully as a photographer.
Forearm crutches have either a full or half cuff that fits over the forearms with a hand piece to grip.