No-Man's land


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No-Man's land

Hand surgery A fanciful term for the fibrous sheath of the flexor tendons of the hand, specifically in the zone from the distal palmar crease to the proximal interphalangeal joint. See Rule of threes.
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We are ready to create refugees camps in the in no-man's land between Lebanon and Syria after studying the circumstances.
His problems begin when war breaks out in his homeland, and his nation ceases to exist, leaving him in no-man's land - neither able to return home, nor set foot in America.
Henderson said yesterday: "I had a long chat with Simon Munir and we decided if he's going to be in no-man's land we might as well run him in the Hennessy.
13 Christian Benteke heads over at a corner 29 Ciaran Clark produces an excellent tackle as Stephane Sessegnon threatens to finish off a good Sunderland move 30 Lee Cattermole shoots just wide from Adam Johnson's lay-off 32 Sessegnon heads wide from a Sebastian Larsson cross 39 Andreas Weimann forces save from Simon Mignolet after somehow fending off Jack Colback and Carlos Cuellar 56 Benteke heads back Lowton cross for Gabriel Agbonlahor to convert 73 With Brad Guzan in no-man's land, Louis Saha flicks a Larsson free-kick over 76 Mignolet saves from Weimann as Villa counter-attack 79 Agbonlahor hits bar after a bizarre passage of play sees Mignolet overhead kick after a poor touch 90 Fraizer Campbell heads James McClean cross wide
There were times in 2006-08 when farms weres in a no-man's land.
BLACK GOLD (12A) CAST: Tahar Rahim, Antonio Banderas, Mark Strong, Freida Pinto PLOT: It's the 1930s on the Arabian peninsula and two rival kingdoms agree to keep an area of no-man's land between them by using two sons as collateral.
3million signing was left in no-man's land as Daniel Agger headed home a corner to put Liverpool ahead on the way to a 2-1 win.
I can tell them from experience that this is not necessarily sufficient in the case of inter-racially and trans-nationally adopted children who are placed into a no-man's land for life.
People living there had sought a name for the previously nameless piece of land, located in Block 934, because they were effectively living in no-man's land.
Kurdish people the world over love Kurdish painter Ismail Khayat for his action painting of schoolchildren in the war-stricken no-man's land near Koya.