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Skye Duncan, 14, from Gartloch, Glasgow, is going from strength to strength after having her right arm amputated JANE BARLOW
Mohammad Shami, 29, The right arm fast bowler showed a great deal of courage in the face of personal crisis to fight his way back in the World Cup.
Dr Ahmad Hafizam earlier said the road shoulder could probably be the most likely cause of injuries to Muhammad Adib's right chest and right arm based on the five criteria.
In the crash, Shi's body was thrown through the driver's side window and his right arm was dismembered.
If it is judged that Bale intentionally caused a hostile reaction among fans, he will be banned for between four and 12 games, A La Liga statement said: "He moves his right arm up towards his head in a signal of provocation towards the fans, creating a possibly obscene gesture by moving his other arm and striking halfway up his right arm." Bale's goal - his 100th for Real - had sealed a 3-1 win.
The eye tattoo is located on Ramirez's right arm, above her elbow, while the left tattoo was placed near her left wrist.
JOHN HENDERSON has woken every day for the past seven years fearing he has lost the use of his right arm again.
Blinkova replaced Garbine Muguruza in the draw after the top-seeded Spaniard withdrew because of a right arm injury.
This finding has usually occurred when the right arm and left leg electrodes, the electrodes for lead II, have both been on the legs and, thus, are an equally long distance from the heart.
According to Services Institute of Medical Sciences Principal Prof Mahmood Ayaz, the bullet injured Mr Iqbal's right arm above the elbow, fracturing lower arm bone and affecting right lower abdomen.
The condition of Titumir College student Rajib Hossain, who lost his right arm being trapped between two running buses in the capital's Banglamotor on Tuesday, remained unchanged on Friday afternoon.
Naturally, it's my right arm. Whenever I try to write, the ink freezes in the pen, and, should I take a woman by the waist, my arm reminds her of the ice packs applied to her belly the last time she was in labor, and she sends me packing.