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lev·er·age

(lev'ĕr-ăj),
1. The actual lift or elevating direction of a lever or elevator.
2. The mechanical advantage gained thereby.

leverage (leˑ·v·rij),

n chiropractic technique in which the thrust is applied with counterstabilization so that the force of the initial thrust is not lost.

lev·er·age

(lev'ĕr-ăj)
Actual lift or elevating direction of a lever or elevator.
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