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fingertip

1. the end joint or tip of a finger
2. another term for fingerstall
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But if you want to cherish your remaining fingertips, buy a new window motor and consider letting a mechanic endanger his fingertips on your behalf.
It's easier for the circulation to get clogged up, particularly in the fingertips, where the temperature is lower than the core of the body, and there are really small arteries.
Washington, June 13 ( ANI ): Researchers have shed light on how an amputated fingertip of mammals can regenerate.
Offering guidelines to the creation of these electrotactile stimulation devices for use on surgeons' fingertips, their paper describes the materials, fabrication strategies and device designs, using ultrathin, stretchable, silicon-based electronics and soft sensors that can be mounted onto an artificial 'skin' and fitted to fingertips.
4 To self massage the lower back area, your hands should be placed with the thumbs pointing forwards and the fingertips close together at the back.
Extra warnings will be put on some Maclaren buggies amid fears they can cut off children's fingertips.
Maclaren recalled one million folding pushchairs in the US after 12 kids had their fingertips amputated when they were caught in the hinges.
Tip2Pay enables consumers to pay quickly and securely by placing their fingertip on the reader at the checkout.
The product developed by NTN is the world's first system that can measure and display the minute forces of the surgeon's fingertips being applied to the very thin wire.
Lifting your shoulders from the floor, simultaneously stretch fingertips toward toes and press feet to the ceiling to lift your butt and tailbone off the floor.
And it helped us remember that we are always sons and daughters of Mother Church, who blesses us with drops from her fingertips lest we forget whose children we are.
Jazz 'n Rags at Your Fingertips, Books 1-4 are subtitled easy, moderately easy, early-intermediate and intermediate, and include works from the following composers: Marilyn Briant, Martha Sherrill Kelsey, Barbara Lopez, Steve Nehrenberg, Walter and Carol Noona and Andrew Zatman.