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positioningOsteopathy A method for determining, in a painful joint or muscle, the point of minimum pain; PT relaxes and relieves the pressure and strain on a musculoskeletal group and ↓ spasms. See Osteopathy Psychology Body language–eg, use of arms or crossed legs to face the other person and indicate to a potential sexual partner, interest in closing the physical space between 'preditor' and 'prey. '. See Preening behavior.
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