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pronate

[′prō‚nāt]
(anatomy)
To turn the forearm so that the palm of the hand is down or toward the back.
To turn the sole of the foot outward with the lateral margin of the foot elevated; to evert.
(control systems)
To orient a robot toward a position in which the back or protected side of a manipulator faces up and is exposed.
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Both men said pronating the forearm does not increase stress on the elbow, compared with a fastball or curve.
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A positive test is pronating the forearm, dropping the arm, or drift away from midline.
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