simple strain

simple strain

[¦sim·pəl ′strān]
(mathematics)
A one-dimensional strain or a simple shear.
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3] Injuries range from simple strain to severe trauma, which can cause permanent damage and blindness, but 90 percent of workplace eye injuries are preventable with the appropriate eye protection.
But this one was a simple strain, and relatively minor.
What started as a simple strain of the common cold has been transformed within my wife into something that would fell a full-grown chimp.
The pain is a bit more intense at the end of the day, so at home you put ice on your shoulder thinking it's just a simple strain.
How would they be qualified enough to detect what could be a simple strain which the farmer is already aware of?
5 Hz, 1% strain and 100 [degrees] C, followed by a simple strain sweep at 1 Hz and 100 [degrees] C.
Most cases are caused by a simple strain of the ligaments and muscles in the lower back.
Regular exercise is the best way to avoid problems with your back, and is the key to recovery from simple strains, aches and pains you might experience.
People with simple strains and sprains of the lower back recover more quickly if they remain as active as possible - and that includes carrying on at work.
If you play organized sports, compete as a weekend warrior or simply like to be active, you may need your own game plan to assess back ailments, which can range from simple strains to serious spinal conditions.