joint sense

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ar·tic·u·lar sen·si·bil·i·ty

appreciation of sensation in joint surfaces.
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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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It will also need to cooperate closely with other regulators to develop well-rehearsed working protocols and a joint sense of responsibility for financial stability, while respecting that each independent agency has its own specific statutory mandate and governing body.'
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Perhaps someone who was there can let me know if this actually happened, because it would be nice to think that a joint sense of Tykeness surfaced at that moment of shared joy.

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