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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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Lie on the floor with knees bent, feet flat on the floor, hands on the hipbones.
But a badly injured foot and fractures in the thighbone and hipbone will keep him out of the 'beautiful' game for at least six to eight months.
Police Sergeant Kunihiko Miyamoto, 53, remains unconscious and in a critical condition due to skull fractures, and the woman, who appears to be about 40 years old, is also badly injured with hipbone fractures but is conscious, the Tokyo Fire Department said.
She also realized that women now wear shorter tops and wear pants on the hipbone.
I need only quote some passages: Rachel Loomis "imagines soon she'll be able to see her soul showing through, a faint glimmer near the hipbone, between her ribs.
With the patient under anesthesia, the research team will procure bone marrow from the patient's hipbone, and the cells believed to have the greatest therapeutic benefit, CD34+ cells, will be isolated.
For the perfect panty fit, measure around your hipbone, about two inches below your belly button.
The result is a gun that shifts all over the place, drags the belt against your hipbone on one side, and chafes your hip and buttocks on the other.
Additionally, low milk intake during childhood is associated with a three percent reduction in hipbone mineral content and bone mineral density, as well as a twofold greater risk of fracture.
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Another key feature of GoToAssist is that is has an API for pulling up an existing trouble ticket within the CRM application if, for instance, a company has integrated with Aspect, HipBone, Motive, Remedy and/or Siebel.
textured and waxen lined skin of my belly from hipbone to hipbone with