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hipbone

[′hip‚bōn]
(anatomy)
A large broad bone consisting of three parts, the ilium, ischium, and pubis; makes up a lateral half of the pelvis in mammals. Also known as innominate.
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This is not a tool unique to Hipbone, but one of its key differentiators, says Sayer, is that it allows users to govern the co-browsing experience with business rules, such as removing certain displayed data from one of the shared browsers.
It entered right in front of the hipbone, passed completely through the vitals and front shoulder, and then skipped off through the trees.
For shorter ladies, there are ones that sit on the hipbone, which are good for breaking down the chest area and ensuring their petite height isn't accentuated.
When he and the girl turn away, I watch his arm slide its way along the top her back to her shoulder, while her hand moves behind his waist to rest at the top of his hipbone on the other side.
Parts of their pelvis, spine, hipbone and legs were also fused.
The hipbone had started to join in a wrong position and the bones were quite osteoporotic due to age and lack of use.
The padding will start above the hipbone and will extend down to the slightly above the knee.
There was little doubt he was shot, medical evidence in the case revealing he still has the handgun bullet which entered his groin lodged against his hipbone.
According to Canadian scientists, the tight low-rise trousers popularised by the singers can squeeze a sensory nerve under the hipbone and cause a tingling sensation in the thighs called paresthesia.
They include jeans cut away at both sides and the "diagonal peak" revealing just a touch of hipbone (as pictured).
To the bridesmaids and to Garcia she said: ``Keep your elbows at your hipbone to relax you.
Surgeons at Freiburg University used cells taken from a patient's rib cartilage and hipbone over a four-week period.