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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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Sarah-Jayne Evans, 21, from Caerphilly, is thenal Welsh contender who will be competing at the event.
Argentina are Cole's favourites to lift the famous trophy in thenal in Rio on July 13 - but the 56-cap playmaker is looking forward to approaching a World Cup as a no-pressure viewer, rather than a player for the rst time in 16 years.
While the 1,500m was thenal event of a packed evening the opening track race was 25 laps of the track for the women's 10,000 metres.
Elsewhere, Trinidad's Michelle-Lee Ahye overtook triple Olympic champion Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce in thenal stages of the women's 100m to assert her status as the year's top female sprinter.
Josh Birch, 17 from Rugby, said, "It's been a really interesting project to be involved with - I've learned a lot and it's been good collaborating on thenal mural.
7 Jankovic is the top seed and comes to Birmingham having already won the title in 2007 and lost in thenal twice.
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.