axilla

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axilla

[ak′sil·ə]
(anatomy)
The depression between the arm and the thoracic wall; the armpit.
(botany)
An axil.
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But as he struggled to open the door he was stabbed twice more, once under the arm pit and once to the back.
Miss Holt said that at hospital it was found that Mr Arnold, 46, had suffered three stab wounds to his chest, left arm pit and left shoulder blade and had bleeding into chest cavity.
However, within minutes any skepticism I had was washed away by the warm sensation generated by the machine's hand-held device as it was rubbed back and forth over my arm pit.
Within seconds my crisp white shirt has stuck to my body like a damp shower curtain and I have concentric Arm pit sweat rings reminiscent of a 70s maths teacher.
To help give you a feeling of connection a good drill is to place a headcover under your left arm pit, then make a few small swings with an eight iron taking the club no further back than waist height either side.
He underwent emergency surgery to remove the spike which had gone through his right arm pit and out through his shoulder.
The lesion was chemically frozen off at Colwyn Bay's Rysseldene Surgery but despite repeat appointments at the surgery where he complained of pea-sized lumps and pain in his arm pit and shoulder over a three-year period, he was not diagnosed with malignant melanoma until August 2011.
Police had been called to Wilburn Street in Anfield after Adrian Brooker allegedly shouted threats to a 17-year-old girl neighbour and was seen to put a knife under his arm pit.
Don't try this at home unless you too have abs of steel and legs up to your arm pits.
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Other spots it can address include puffs of fat near the arm pits and small amounts of pinchable abdominal fat that resist exercise and dieting efforts.