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mounding

 [mownd´ing]
the rising in a lump of a wasting muscle when struck.

my·o·e·de·ma

(mī'ō-e-dē'mă),
A localized contraction of a degenerating muscle, occurring at the point of a sharp blow, independent of the nerve supply.
[myo- + G. oidēma, swelling]

mounding

/mound·ing/ (mound´ing) myoedema (1).

my·o·e·de·ma

(mī'ō-ĕ-dē'mă)
A localized contraction of a degenerating muscle, occurring at the point of a sharp blow, independent of the nerve supply.
Synonym(s): idiomuscular contraction, mounding, myo-oedema.
[myo- + G. oidēma, swelling]
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The first phase of mound construction began outlining the sides of the base platform by digging a shallow trench and positioning vertical slabs of local basalt in the trench.
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The farmers have requested the government to take notice of the matter and ensure payment of Rs180 per mound to them as announced by the government so that they could get some money after a long labour.
He warned that threats to the mounds, including calls to demolish them, would only increase the longer it took to commence work.
Mr O'Loughlin says that, although the mound has never been authoritatively dated, it is probably of medieval origin, more than likely a Norman 'motte and bailey' fortification built in the 11th or 12th century.
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But recently discovered in the Miombo woodland of central Africa is an abandoned termite mound that is over 2,200 years old.
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He said the transformation of the mound across the New Rizal Elementary School started in 2012 as rainwater washed away soil and the wind help form the crevices.
The first 25 mounds that were separate, distinct entities (not overlapping another mound or mounds, or associated with a badger mound), created during the present spring and early summer were surveyed.
Charlie Geren, R-Fort Worth, would have made it easier for Blue Mound to obtain the right to run its system.