Once more the tinsmith came to my help and made me a body of tin, fastening my tin arms and legs and head to it, by means of joints, so that I could move around as well as ever.
There was only one danger--that my joints would rust; but I kept an oil-can in my cottage and took care to oil myself whenever I needed it.
"But, good master, I thought that thou didst love a merry story, because thou hast so often made a jest about a certain increase of fatness on my joints
, of flesh gathered by my abiding with the Sheriff of--"
hypermobility syndrome Most people with hypermobile joints
don't have any problems.
Tow said production workers who need to keep on looking down, or people who keep looking down on their devices like laptops and phones, are prone to joint
injuries since these activities encourage bad posture.
JP 4-0 was developed to provide the doctrinal foundation for logistics planning, execution, and assessment in support of joint
Second, it increased the powers and authority of the Chairman, Joint
Chiefs of Staff (CJCS).
According to the recommendation of ISRM (International Society of Rock Mechanics), the surface shape of joint
could be described by a waviness and by an unevenness [9,10].
assignments are limited, and assignments for Reservists are often challenging to obtain.
are the foundation of an active and healthy lifestyle, yet are often overlooked," said Joint
Juice chief executive officer David Ritterbush.
Pain and Arthritis: With overuse or injury, cartilage on the end of the joints
can break down, causing a narrowing of the joint
space and the bones to rub together.