bottom arm

bottom arm

The arm mechanism which is attached to the bottom rail of a door, connecting it to the spindle of a floor closer or pivot.
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Many make the mistake of tucking their bottom arm under their head, which strains the network of nerves that controls the shoulder, arm and hand.
The woolen cape-like jacket featured a high neck, floral embroidery and bottom arm slits.
Place the centre of the goniometer over the centre of the patella and position the bottom arm in line with the patella tendon and tibial tuberosity.
Lie him on his side with the top arm and leg bent forward, and the bottom arm and leg straight and slightly behind the body.
For the bottom arm, vertex (n/2) + 1 will change from state 1 to state 0 because [sigma](x[[v.
The bottom arm of the Y carries one decoy and the anchor attachment, and the trailing arms carry the two additional silhouette decoys.
When you do cruise devant, you place the bottom arm a little lower.
He said: "We clipped the bank and the impact snapped the steering arm and bent the bottom arm too severely for us to carry on.
Support your head with your bottom arm, maintaining a straight back by pulling your abdominal muscles firmly toward your spine.
The Lyrisme cape jacket was silk-lined and featured high neck, a wool ensemble with floral embroidery and bottom arm slits.
Lay them in the recovery position - on their side with the top arm and leg bent forward and the bottom arm and leg straight and slightly behind the body.
Andrew Jones retains the lead in the two-wheeldrive category ahead of Sion Ellis, the Nissan Sunny driver and co-driver Dan Nieroda surviving a heavy off that resulted in two broken bottom arms.