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the·nar

(thē'nar), [TA] This word is a noun, not an adjective.
Term applied to any structure in relation with the base of the thumb or its underlying collective components. Synonym(s): thenal See: thenar eminence.
[G. the palm of the hand]

thenal

(thē′năl) [Gr. thenar, palm]
Pert. to the palm or thenar eminence.
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Now, next month, almost 10 years to the the day since his death, Johnson will head to Paris to complete thenal work of the soul pioneer.
Zuniga apologised to Neymar after thenal whistle and Silva, who used to play for AC Milan, insisted the Napoli defender did not mean to harm the forward.
Asked whether Pressley or the club will have thenal say, he said: "It's got to be a collective decision.
Possession claims in thenal two quarters of last year were around 28% higher than the previous year.
Jenkins said: "With Sunday's match being the nal game of the season, and a sell-out crowd expected, enabling supporters to access and exit the " Albion chief executive Mark Jenkins said: "With Sunday's match being thenal game of the season, and a sell-out crowd expected, enabling supporters to access and exit the stadium as quickly as possible has to be of paramount importance.
James Compton, of Shortland Penn + Moore, helped developers CDP to let thenal oce at Scala.
She will face unseeded Barbora Zahlavova Strycova in thenal after the Czech dispatched Australian Casey Dellacqua 7-6 (7-5) 6-1.
before dedicating thenal night to the people of Coventry, without whom he claimed the venue would have been "nothing".
Derby played against 10 men for thenal 30 minutes of the match after Gary O'Neil was sent ofor a late challenge on Johnny Russell as he was closing in on goal.
We've beaten Leicester which is good, we've got through to thenal, but a signicant moment will be when we win a big trophy.