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bow legs

Bandy legs or GENU VARUS.
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Variations in bone structure and muscle development are evidenced in people who are bow-legged or have malalignment problems.
I will not mention the dog who was apparently the deal of the century and turned out to be a one-eyed, bow-legged scrap called Randy.
The ninth sentence has a bow-legged audacity I rather enjoyed: "Tom grunts like a girl as he hurdles a black-spotted sow.
Souvenir, a kind of bow-legged Roman, gained a lot of converts when it was introduced.
I e remember his first game and realising he s was bow-legged.
A wing-back before the term had been invented, Craggs was the bow-legged defender who was as good on the ball as he was at frustrating the opposition.
After a couple of minutes at a light gallop on the treadmill, the instructor told me gravely, 'You must never run' - as my unique gait (both bow-legged and knock-kneed) would lead to hip problems.
Yuan has even sculptured a larger-than-life-size, full-body portrait of Mahatma Gandhi reading a book, his pious and gentle nature remarkably conveyed by his demeanor and bow-legged sitting position.
They waddle through the streets copying Chaplin's bow-legged walk.
He also told her he has to put a pillow between his legs at night because he's bow-legged.
This may seem a simple enough statement, but that broken, bow-legged, jibbering, dribbling, wheezing, whimpering, stooped, blood-drained band of social wrecks, popularly known as husbands, will immediately sense the chill carried in those words.
He is about 26 years old, five feet five inches and a half inch in height, flight made, rather bow-legged, dark complexion, dark eyes and hair which was long at time of absconding, and has a remarkable scar under left eye.