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Informal for an investment or investment decision, especially one that becomes profitable.
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1. An investment.
2. See direct play.
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This foot type often presents with restricted joint play (midfoot, 1st ray, calcaneus).
Joint play How important is playing together to connect with 4.61 (0.72) your family on a regular basis?
Respondents reported they AA/O perform a number of tests for the lumbopelvic spine, including static palpation (99.1%), joint play (96.3%), straight leg raise (95.3%), ranges of motion (95.3%), PSIS joint challenge (91.4%), motion palpation (86.9%), gait analysis (85%), Kemp's (82.2%), crossed straight leg raise (79.2%), and Sacral Thrust (79%).
Young children's desire to play together, the fragility of their joint play, and their tendency to protect their interactive space make territorial conflicts a common phenomenon in child care centers.
Fathers were coded as being more directive [t (21) = -2.22, p [is less than] .05] with their children during joint play than were mothers.
Examples are hypomobility (fixation), hypermobility, compensation reaction, loss of joint play, and loss of central axis of motion.
The curved oval offered adequately separated independent-play spaces at each end, joint play space in the middle, and a racetrack all around.
Apply traction with continued dorsi flexion and slight eversion at the ankle until all joint play is out of the ankle/ barrier engaged.
The physician should therefore be able to detect the altered joint kinematics through joint play movement at the early stage.

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