extremity en Griego
He went the whole length of the expression, and said that he would see him in that extremity first.
The lower extremities, in their grayish leggings remained on the ground, inanimate as reddening, empty moulds, expelling their red contents.
Then, planting himself before the canvas, he would proceed to classify this soul with his inexhaustible imagination, attributing to it almost every kind of stress and extremity.
A mechanical pressure is locally applied to the extremity in order to lower the transmural pressure in the observed artery.
And Hans Castorp was cautioned, whatever else he did, not to lose control of the medium’s extremities.
At the same time the signal received from the other extremity, where the occlusion test is not done, is used as a reference.
Controls bowels and anus, restored thermal regulation and sweating in lower extremities.
From the position of biomechanics, the backbone, pelvis and low extremities represent a whole statokinematic block.
He picked it up and put it in his pocket. Then down along the shore and toward the extremity of land.
Its legs kick with spastic terror, and then with the judder of dying nerves as its extremities are drained.