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forepaw

(fôr′pô′)
n.
The paw of an animal's foreleg.

forepaw

the distal part of the front limb, including the carpus, metacarpals and phalanges, as in dogs and cats.
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Instead, the tower figures assume a "sajant erect" attitude, sitting on their haunches with the body erect and both forepaws raised as they would be in the rampant position.
She placed the bear between the two pillows, his floppy head resting on his forepaws.
I mentioned about tickling because when they are harnessed they are irritated if they were not tamed in this way while they're still puppies, and they are not comfortable to run if they are not used to being stretched on their forepaws, and feeding them with soup, making sure that they don't get into the habit of being hungry [.
Note: To reduce four forces to three unknown forces for three static equations, a force (f1) for the forefeet occurring at the center between two forepaws, which were (a0, b0) and (a1, b1), was created.
When injected into the cheeks of mice, normal mice massage the area with their forepaws to relieve the hot sensation.
When stimulated, each rat jumped from the floor of the box to catch the top edge of the box with its forepaws.
Exploration was defined as sniffing or touching the object with the nose and/or forepaws.
Cope presumably knew of the fish-eating habits of this animal directly from the explorer also from the fine print of a Potamogale on the bank a river with a large barb in its forepaws on the title page of Du Chaillu's second book on his African travels.
Using long-clawed, spade-shaped forepaws to scoop dirt backward while pushing forward with rear feet, moles can tunnel through soil at up to a foot per minute.
tucked between his outstretched forepaws, his haunches gathered, his
The large haematomas on the sides of the body were a result of punches by strong forepaws, and the skull perforations were the result of canine perforations.