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abducted

Distally angulated; said of an extremity away from the midline of the body in a transverse plane and away from a sagittal plane, passing through the proximal aspect of the foot or part, or away from some other specified reference point.

abducted

 Distal angulation of an extremity away from the midline of the body in a transverse plane and away from a sagittal plane passing through the proximal aspect of the foot or part, or away from some other specified reference point
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resumed the citizen, "well, monsieur, my wife was abducted yesterday morning, as she was coming out of her workroom.
Then we began to speculate as to whether it had been an ape-man or a Prussian that had abducted Lys.
It must be that you are departing unwillingly; it must be that you are being abducted against your will; it must be that you are sorry for me; it must be that--that you LOVE me
One of the family is said to have abducted some beautiful woman, who tried to escape from the coach in which he was carrying her off, and in the struggle he killed her--or she killed him--I forget which.
When Quasimodo saw that the cell was empty, that the gypsy was no longer there, that while he had been defending her she had been abducted, he grasped his hair with both hands and stamped with surprise and pain; then he set out to run through the entire church seeking his Bohemian, howling strange cries to all the corners of the walls, strewing his red hair on the pavement.
While Juag and I had been engaged with the thag, he had abducted her.
He was frantic with grief at the absence of his daughter, whom he thought had been again abducted by the marauders.
I was searching for a young woman who had been abducted from the home of a friend.
He could not forcibly have abducted the missing pair and kept them under lock and key.