Definition of Supinations

1. Noun. (plural of supination) ¹



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Definition of Supinations

1. supination [n] - See also: supination

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Literary usage of Supinations

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1. Medicinisch-chirurgische Rundschau (1868)
"... und supinations- bewegungen nach Brüchen am Vorderarm. ... subkutane Osteo- tomie des Radius mit Reduktion in die supinations-Stellung angezeigt Rin, ..."

2. The Mind of the Child: Observations Concerning the Mental Development of the by William T. Preyer (1898)
"And the abductions, adductions, supinations, and rotations of the arms unquestionably appear plainly at an earlier period than do ..."

3. The Mind of the Child: Observations Concerning the Mental Development of the by William T. Preyer (1895)
"And the abductions, adductions, supinations, and rotations of the arms unquestionably appear plainly at an earlier period than do those of the legs in ..."

4. The Mind of the Child: ... Observations Concerning the Mental Development of by William T. Preyer, Henry W.. Brown (1890)
"And the abductions, adductions, supinations, and rotations of the arms unquestionably appear plainly at an earlier period than do those of the legs in ..."

5. A Practical Treatise on the Diseases of Children by Alfred Vogel (1873)
"... which alternate with strong supinations of the forearms, and with opisthotonos. This very naturally induces marked venous stagnation ; the face becomes ..."

6. A Practical Treatise on the Diseases of Children by Alfred Vogel (1885)
"The}' soon extend to the extremities, which are vehemently shaken by rapidly-recurring electro-tetanic jerks, which alternate with strong supinations of the ..."

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