(1) For this purpose, the fastest possible self-paced single isometric forefinger extensions and the fastest alternating forefinger movements were tested.
(2) In 34 subjects (29 subjects vibrations exposed and 5 controls), the variations of seric levels of endothelin (Et) after Cold Test were investigated, while vasomotor modifications were monitored and recorded by forefinger volumetric pulsoplethismography.
(3) Subjects maintained a steady force level between their thumb and forefinger for 30 s. The force level varied from weak (0.2 kg) to strong contractions (7 kg).
(4) At different moments, I notice him throw his arms wide, as if someone had scored a goal and use both forefingers to add double emphasis to his points.
(5) Blindfolded subjects clasped the opposite surfaces of an object with the same frontal profile as the visual figure between thumb and forefinger and moved the latter together from end to end across the object.
(6) The most affected finger is the ring-finger, the least affected one is the forefinger.
(7) During the investigation of somatosensory evoked cortical potentials arising from a complex vibro-tactile stimulus to the forefingers, an abnormal lack of lateralisation of response was found in 10 out of 21 schizophrenic patients.
(8) The temporal and spatial structures organization varied in the different tasks: (1) Simultaneous agonistic performance (forefinger flexion on both sides), (2) simultaneous antagonistic performance (e.g.
(9) The points of attachment are thumb, forefinger, and middle finger.
(10) Monkeys were trained to exert a maintained isometric pinch with the thumb and forefinger.
(11) A disk (coin) turned end over end between thumb and forefinger feels longer to the turning hand.
(12) As a result of this combination of movements, the forefinger pad was placed directly onto the object.
(13) The second study showed that manual biases induced by visual roll motion are not overcome using a thumb-and-forefinger (pyramidal) motor strategy, and may not be equivalent to the "giant hand" illusion that is believed to reflect the predominance of the vestibulospinal (extrapyramidal) motor pathways during extreme spatial disorientation.
(14) Among 350 inhabitants of two villages, 31 (8.9%) cleaned their teeth using table salt and charcoal applied to their forefinger or a Melastoma brush.
(15) The stoppage of movement observed in young individuals in the MP articulation of the forefinger occurs under the effect of trauma, - under normal articular conditions, - on strongly flexed finger, under the effect of powerful ulnar duction.
(16) Prints were taken every 2.5 min from the left middle and forefinger, and skin conductance level (SCL), number of spontaneous fluctuations (SF) and heart rate (HR) were recorded for the corresponding intervals.
(17) In eight healthy individuals, the skin fold between the thumb and the forefinger was treated with 0.05% clobetasol propionate ointment under a hydrocolloid occlusive dressing.
(18) The second had arthritis of the distal interphalangeal (DIP) joint of the right forefinger after shutting his finger in the door of his car.
(19) A 41-year-old man, who had lived in Kawasaki city, was seen in April 1988 because of sores on the dorsum of left forefinger which had been present for one month.
(20) Compared to (1) and (2), conditions (3) and (4) included a temporal delay between the performance of the two forefingers; compared to (1) and (3), conditions (2) and (4) required the subjects to perform movements of opposite directions with their two forefingers.
(n.) One who, or that which, points.
(n.) The hand of a timepiece.
(n.) One of a breed of dogs trained to stop at scent of game, and with the nose point it out to sportsmen.
(n.) The two stars (Merak and Dubhe) in the Great Bear, the line between which points nearly in the direction of the north star.
(n.) Diagonal braces sometimes fixed across the hold.
(1) And Norris Cole hits a "good night everybody" three-pointer.
(2) These data, indicative of a relative inertness of physiological functions of nervous pointer dogs compared with normal pointers, are consistent with the behavioral and some of the biochemical findings previously reported.
(3) The cecal foramen pointer was invented for a Sistrunk median cervical cyst operation.
(4) We’d been working in Atlantic City, four in the afternoon to four in the morning, six sets, opening for everybody that came through – the Emotions, Bill Withers, the Pointer Sisters – and they were all really encouraging: “You girls are really good, you should stick with it.” That kind of solidified our desire to continue, but our record company, Atlantic, didn’t quite know what to do with us.
(5) The system involves computer analysis and graphic display of vectors created from rotational and linear potentiometers that are activated by listeners using a hand-held pointer as they track an acoustic event.
(6) After a Renaldo Dixon layup made it a three-point game, the Aggies took advantage of a misplayed inbound pass from Xavier Thomas to gain possession, getting the ball to Kevin Aronis who made a game tying three-pointer with nine seconds left.
(7) Hence, the radiological correlate of the pseudo-obstruction of the colon is not specific, but it does supply a pointer to the disease of its shows dilation of the caecum, colon ascendens and colon transversum with air-pockets and reflected imaging as well as a usually not dilated colon descendens with remarkably little air.
(8) In Game Five, San Antonio's Manu Ginobili returned from the dead and Danny Green broke Ray Allen's NBA Finals record for made three-pointers while Allen was right there on the opposing bench.
(9) Elisabeth Afseth, bond market expert at Evolution Securities, reckons that the first pointer of a fresh credit crunch was returning could be seen on August 18 this year when the European Central Bank revealed that one bank had borrowed $500m for a week – as it could not find the money on the open market.
(10) Chapman's answer could be a pointer to the future of mass tourism.
(11) Photograph: Graphic South Africa Manager Carlos Alberto Parreira Fifa ranking 83 Doubtful None Injured None Suspended None Uruguay Manager Oscar Tabárez Fifa ranking 16 Doubtful None Injured None Suspended Lodeiro Match pointers • Uruguay qualified for the knockout stage the last time they were managed by Oscar Tabárez at a World Cup (1990) • South Africa have won just two of their 13 encounters against South American opposition • Uruguay have managed just one win in their last 17 finals matches • Four of South Africa's last six World Cup finals games have been draws • Uruguay's only previous World Cup encounter against an African team was in 2002, drawing 3-3 with Senegal
(12) I thought it was like [Joe] DiMaggio’s hit streak.” The arena was covered in blue and gold and roaring for the home team, cheers that were even louder for each of Curry’s 10 three-pointers.
(13) Napier returned in the game's second half hitting a barrage of three-pointers against a stunned Villanova, eventually scoring 21 in the second half.
(14) 3.11am BST Heat 58-77 Spurs, end of the 3rd quarter LeBron James makes a three-pointer, which is good for Miami, but Tony Parker ends his game-long scoreless streak with a 17-foot basket.
(15) Tim Duncan responds with a two-point shot, but Rashard Lewis Can't Lose, makes a three-pointer here.
(16) Fever, pigmentation, and clubbing were also pointers to these two conditions.
(17) These findings are discussed in the context of the nervous pointer dog as a model for human anxiety disorders.
(18) LeBron James gives the ball to Ray Allen, and HE comes into the scoring action with a three-pointer.
(19) He called another team meeting yesterday and it is easy to imagine him going through all the same pointers as after the Chelsea game at Stamford Bridge 11 months ago.
(20) Overall, trials favour an effect in chronic active disease, and there are pointers to an effect in maintenance of remission.