parts of human body

parts of hu·man bod·y

[TA]
the head, neck, trunk, limbs, and cavities.
Synonym(s): partes corporis humani [TA]
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Not only representations of history but self-representation and self-reformation are also explored, whether they be conjoined acrylic sheets, layers of linen by Hira Awais, linocut prints by Shehzil Raza or parts of human body juxtaposed with animals by Minahil Ijaz.
The Grand Muftias Office of the Muslim Denomination in Bulgaria opposed the total ban in Pazardzhik, citing lack of explicit definition in the Public Order Regulation which parts of human body should be covered and which not.
He said that fact can not be ignored that ageing process has its wear and tear affects on different parts of human body and this does include teeth.
USPRwire, Sun Aug 09 2015] All types of analgesics were popular among Slovak consumers as they were used to suppressing the symptoms of common diseases such as headache, for other pain relief in different parts of human body and easing muscle and joint pain.
Technology and medical science can simulate and imitate many parts of human body but duplicating the human mind is nearly impossible.
Earlier last year, the New York Times carried a series of articles on different parts of human body, but forgot the lungs
The paper deals with influence of electromagnetic field (EMF) from mobile phone by electronic implants used with requirement of substitute non-functional parts of human body.
London, Aug 24 (ANI): In a unique form of art, a radiologist in Hong Kong presents scanned images of various parts of human body as pictures in galleries.
120) Therefore we must consider the composite of soul and parts of human body (in other words--specific mixture of fire and water).
Our research is focused on the movement analysis of selected parts of human body (lower extremity) as well as the utilization of this knowledge for design of physioterapy robotics device.