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INSTEPIn-Space Technology Experiment (NASA)
INSTEPInternational Society of Technical and Environmental Professionals, Inc. (Tallahassee, FL)
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Rep last 2 rnds 5 more times--56 (64, 72) sts rem: 28 (32, 36) sts each for instep and sole.
I re-beaded the name in the instep lane over the vamp from "Bob" to "Ken", using the same beads from the moccasins that had spelled "Bob" for more than 27 years, and renewed the original yellow ochre paint.
InStep Software offers a synchrophasor data management module for the eDNA data management platform.
She has worked for Express Tribune's lifestyle pages as well as for Instep at The News.
Plantar skin from the instep has provided an ideal tissue for replacement of plantar defects.
Testing of TKD hogu and soft foam instep pads, to determine if their use decreases acceleration and force of a strike to the body, has not been reported.
We present the case of a 36-year-old woman diagnosed with plantar fibromatosis affecting her left instep in 1987, age 15 years old.
Research has been done employing kinematic analysis to some degree, in order to study multi-joint movements during inside and instep soccer kicks (Asami and Nolte, 1983; Levanon and Dapena, 1998; Nunome et al.
They did not launch the ball with the hands, like we do, but with the instep of their bare feet, passing it and controlling it with great agility and precision.
The upper of the sandal is composed of synthetic leather, while the instep of your foot is covered with breathable, stretch-knit lining.
It is being trialled in New Zealand by behavioural healthcare company Instep.
The Petrojet ace, who was taken off late in the first half, was initially diagnosed with an ankle problem, but further medical examinations indicated that he has a hairline fracture to his instep.