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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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For Co-Cr clasps, preformed half round standard (1.2 mm thickness) clasp patterns with occlusal rests, retentive and reciprocal arms (Klammern Clasp, Dentaurum, Ispringen, Germany) were adapted on the refractory investment cast.
A pendulum appliance with a Nance button on the palatal surface, two occlusal rests on maxillary first premolars, and two springs from the Nance button to the sheets of molar bands were constructed on the plaster models.