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rotated

turned around; pivoted.

rotated tibia
see rotated tibia.
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As we practiced, we often rotated a nock here or there to get bad arrows to play nice with the others, and by the time hunting season came around, we usually had our favorite arrows all picked out.
Now do the same series of tests with the left arm held out straight in the same position (45 degrees up and rotated medially).
Keep adding shims until the secondary cage can be rotated a full turn without the laser spot moving from the center of the primary mirror.
After filling is complete, the mold is rotated back into the car position and is decoupled, rotated another 90[degrees] before another gantry picks up the still-molten package and transfers it to a tray at the post-casting processing system load station.
Assume a heel-instep relationship and a torqued position with the discus arm at shoulder level, shoulder rotated to the right and hips facing left.
In a study of 15 people with benign positional vertigo, a common condition characterized by spinning sensation, nausea and dizziness, 70 percent of the patients had no symptoms after being rotated backward in the device, which was originally designed as an arcade game.
Small castings are cleaned by being rotated or tumbled on an endless belt under blasts of grit or shot.
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This finding suggests that the core has rotated in a way that speeds seismic waves heading from the South Atlantic to Alaska.
The turning camshaft bore against a 1095 steel thrust washer, which in turn rotated against the cover.
The researchers determine G by measuring the change in oscillation frequency when the pair of rings is rotated 90#161#, for example from a north-south to an east-west orientation.