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patten

[pat′ən]
a metal support worn on a shoe to prevent weight-bearing on the opposite leg.

patten

(păt′ĕn) [Fr. patin, wooden shoe]
A support applied under one shoe as part of the treatment for hip disease or unequal length of the legs. The device may be attached to a leg caliper.
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Infraspinatusta parsiyel ve tam kat rupturlu olgulari tespit etmede Patte ve direncli dis rotasyon testlerinin her ikisinin de duyarliliklari yuksek (%71,4), secicilikleri dusuk (%56,5-%47,8) bulundu.
Patte had a magnetic personality that captured those she knew into long time friends.
Sixteen patients had type I calcification on preoperative radiographic evaluation, according to the classification of Patte and Goutallier.
In the first chapter, Patte documents his personal journey in coming to terms with this issue.
Randa's sister and co-writer Patte adds: "Our film will show how bishops are as vulnerable as the rest of us.
J'ai trouve une de ses recettes : un oeuf, une patte de poulette.
Part of Bloomsbury's Romans through History and Culture Series, this volume is edited by Daniel Patte (Vanderbilt U.
Sur la neige ne demeure que I'etroite empreinte de sa fine patte de passereau posee sur le mouron des tombes.
It's been a rather recent phenomenon, through technology and the economy, to up the ante to get good jobs to pay the bills," says Patte Barthe, director of the National School Board Association Center for Public Education.
From my point of view, that of community action, they embody the spirit of looking to themselves, asking what it is they've got to offer, finding the right opportunity and committing to give their time and their expertise," said Patte Ardizzoni, community relations and marketing director with Rockingham Community Action, which is a member of CASH.
A first alternative is "hermeneutical," illustrated in the writings of Elisabeth Schussler Fiorenza, Daniel Patte, and Charles Cosgrave.
Flinn is survived by two daughters, Sharon Flinn and Patte Yungfleisch; a son, cinematographer and director John C.