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ar·tic·u·lar sen·si·bil·i·ty

appreciation of sensation in joint surfaces.

joint sense

Joint proprioceptive acuity, which can be improved in elders by various forms of exercise—e.g., t’ai chi or golfing.
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Military warriors are especially susceptible to this due to the camaraderie and fraternity we feel with one another, as well as our joint sense of mission.
Sharing a joint sense of pride in a job well done has more impact than achieving the task on your own.
The essential criterion is the presence of a group whose joint sense of what is right and appropriate shapes the story, performance or custom .

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