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sport

(spōrt),
An organism varying in whole or in part, without apparent reason, from others of its type; this variation may be transmitted to the descendants or the latter may revert to the original type.
Synonym(s): singleton (2)
[M.E. disporte, fr. O.Fr. desport, diversion]

sport

(sport) a mutation.

sport

Etymology: ME, disporten, to amuse
1 an individual that differs drastically from its parents or others of its type because of genetic mutation; a mutant.
2 a genetic mutation.
Biology An organism that differs substantially from the basic stock, strain, subspecies, species, regardless of source
Genetics A phenotypic trait that appears de novo in a person and inherited by his progeny, which may be related to a spontaneous mutation or an environmental mutagen acting on germs cells—egg or sperm
Vox populi A competitive physical activity, played according to specific rules, and which requires practice to attain a level of expertise

sport

Vox populi A competetive physical activity, played according to specific rules, and which requires practice to attain a level of expertise. See Blood sport, Contact sport, Extreme sport, High-impact sport, Low-impact sport, Moderate-impact sport, No-impact sport, Sports medicine, Water sport.

SPORT

Cardiology A clinical trial–Stent Implantation Post Rotational Atherectomy Trial

sport

(spōrt)
An organism varying in whole or in part, without apparent reason, from others of its type; this variation may be transmitted to the descendants or the latter may revert to the original type.
[M.E. disporte, fr. O.Fr. desport, diversion]

sport

an individual that is distinctly different from its parents in a way that was not expected, such as a mutation.

sport

Patient discussion about sport

Q. Sport and arthritis Does physical exercise when I’m young protect me from having arthritis as I get older?

A. I read an article regarding arthritis and how it is a derivative of pain. Like Tiffany said, just don't cause "wear and tear" DAMAGE or TRAUMA.

Q. i swim a lot ! what are the advantages of swimming over other sport activities? on what part of the body does it work the most ?

A. its a good workout but your not really going to burn as much calories as a regular work out.

Q. How do I avoid Sport injuries? I started climbing recently and going to the gym 3 times a week.

A. I had the same question, so I dug up a little bit through the web and found this wonderful site with a lot of tips + videos about “how to avoid sport injuries :
http://www.mindef.gov.sg/imindef/mindef_websites/topics/elifestyle/articles/exercise_and_physical/sports_injuries.html
bookmark it!

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WORKERS making sports equipment for the Olympic Games are being exploited, bullied and harassed, a report claimed yesterday.

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