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*  Andy Galvin
A serious leg injury inflicted in a crash with Australian Scott Humphries at Rye House in 1990 lead to a decline in Galvin's ... back and leg injuries saw him advised to retire from the sport by medics. After a break of nearly 10 years, Galvin returned to ...
*  Nordic walking
The cadences of the arms, legs and body are, rhythmically speaking, similar to those used in normal, vigorous, walking. The ...
*  Walking stick
Shooting stick - It can fold out into a single-legged seat. Supplejack - Made from a tropical American vine, also serves as a ...
*  Comparative foot morphology
The legged locomotion of humans generally distributes an equal loading on each lower limb. The locomotion of the elephant ( ... Fisher, MS; Witte, H (2007). "Legs evolved only at the end!". Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A. 365: 185-198. ... Griffin, TM; Main, RP; Farley, CT (2004). "Biomechanics of quadrupedal walking: how do four-legged animals achieve inverted ... doi:10.1111/j.1469-7998.1979.tb03956.x. DV, Lee; Sandord, GM (2005). "Directionally compliant legs influence the intrinsic ...
*  Ambling gait
In a fox trot, the horse must keep one front foot on the ground at all times and display a sliding motion with the hind legs. ... This allows the hind legs to trail and makes the rack easier for the horse. The downside of this is that this position weakens ... in that lateral pairs of legs move forward in sequence, but the rhythm and collection of the movements are different. The ...
*  Walking vehicle
They are classified according to the number of legs with common configurations being one leg (pogo stick or "hopper"), two legs ... biped), four legs (quadruped), and six legs (hexapod). There are a few prototypes of walking vehicles. Currently almost all of ... A walking vehicle is a vehicle that moves on legs rather than wheels or tracks. Walking vehicles have been constructed with ... anywhere from one to more than eight legs. ...
*  Venous ulcer
"Impact of Leg Ulcers on Relatives and Carers of Affected Patients - A PhD Study funded by The Leg Ulcer Charity". The Leg Ulcer ... usually of the legs (hence leg ulcers). They are the major occurrence of chronic wounds, occurring in 70% to 90% of leg ulcer ... Leg ulcerations may result from various pathologic processes. Common causes of leg ulcerations include inadequate blood flow ... This can occur around ankles and gives an appearance of inverted champagne bottle to legs. Large ulcers may encircle the leg. ...
*  Periodic limb movement disorder
Prevalence of restless legs syndrome and periodic limb movement disorder in the general population. Ohayon MM, Roth T. J ... PLMD appears to be related to restless legs syndrome (RLS) - a study of 133 people found that 80% of those with RLS also had ... However the opposite is not true: many people who have PLMD do not also have restless legs syndrome. PLMD is often treated with ... PLMD should not be confused with restless legs syndrome (RLS). RLS occurs while awake as well as when asleep, and when awake, ...
*  Saltoblattella montistabularis
Its hind legs are significantly enlarged, unlike typical cockroaches which have legs of similar size and structure. The male ... Many of the specializations are apparently jumping adaptations, reflected in unusual morphology of eyes, antennae, legs and ...
*  Blaberus giganteus
The three legs are classified as the leading leg, middle leg, and trailing leg and the leading and trailing leg from one side ... The leading leg pulls the body, while the trailing leg pushes the middle leg forward. The middle leg is important because it ... The ability of cockroaches to have ground reaction force distributed equally to these three legs is explained by joint torque ... The Load Distribution Among Three Legs on the Wall: Model Predictions for Cockroaches. Archive of Applied Mechanics. 81: 1269- ...
*  Preferred walking speed
Similarly, swinging the legs relative to the center of mass requires some internal mechanical work. As faster walking is ... "Mechanics and energetics of swinging the human leg" (PDF). Journal of Experimental Biology. 208 (3): 439-445. doi:10.1242/jeb. ...
*  Hand walking
It can be executed with legs fully extended or with variations such as stag, straddle or front splits. Hand walking is ...
*  Leg
Human leg Arthropod leg A robotic leg is moved by an actuator, which is a type of motor for moving or controlling a mechanism ... Uniped: 1 leg, such as clams Biped: 2 legs, such as humans and birds Triped: 3 legs, which does not occur naturally in healthy ... Tetrapods have four legs. Arthropoda: 4, 6 (Insecta), 8, 12, or 14 legs. Some arthropods have more than a dozen legs; a few ... A prosthetic leg, a Prosthesis, is an artificial leg that is used to replace one that has been lost. "Studies in the Mechanics ...
*  Calf (leg)
Idiopathic leg cramps are common and typically affect the calf muscles at night. Edema also is common and in many cases ... The calf (Latin: sura) is the back portion of the lower leg in human anatomy. The muscles within the calf correspond to the ... Historically, the absence of calf, meaning a lower leg without a prominent calf muscle, was regarded by some authors as a sign ... Hartgens F, Hoogeveen AR, Brink PR (August 2008). "[Athletes with exercise-related pain at the medial side of the lower leg]". ...
*  Hot Leg
Because of this the future of Hot Leg is unclear. All chart positions are based on UK entries. "Hot Leg". Myspace.com. ... Hot Leg released the song "Heroes" as a free download, but the track did not appear on their album, Red Light Fever. Appearing ... Hot Leg were an English rock band led by The Darkness frontman Justin Hawkins. The band consisted of Hawkins, Pete Rinaldi (of ... In November, Hot Leg toured the UK in support of Alter Bridge but pulled out of three dates giving Hawkins's throat infection ...
*  LEG Immobilien
"LEG at a glance". LEG Immobilien. Retrieved 19 April 2016. Blackman, Andrew. "Deutsche Wohnen Drops LEG Offer, Vows to Fight ... LEG Immobilien AG (Landesentwicklungsgesellschaft)is a German property company. As of 2016, it is a constituent of the MDAX ... "LEG Share Slump Spells Bad News for Deal With Deutsche Wohnen". Bloomberg. Retrieved 19 April 2016. Official website (English) ...
*  Lung Leg
In 2011, Lung Leg appeared in The Hagstone Demon, a film directed by Jon Springer. In 2010, Lung Leg appeared in the ... Lung Leg appeared in several Richard Kern films, notably starring in one of his longest features, the 1985 film You Killed Me ... Lung Leg (born Elisabeth Carr; July 8, 1963, in Minneapolis, Minnesota) is an American pin-up girl and actress perhaps best ... 2) on YouTube Submit to Me on YouTube I Was in a Richard Kern Movie on YouTube - Lung Leg and Cruella DeVille discuss their ...
*  Leg bye
... s are the most common form of extras scored in Test cricket. The average number of leg byes scored in a Test match is ... If it appears that the ball would have hit the stumps were it not for the batsman's legs, the batsman may be dismissed leg ... Umpires signal a leg bye with a hand touching their raised knee. "Law 23 - Bye and leg bye". MCC. Retrieved 29 September 2017 ... Leg byes may only be scored if the ball hits the batsman while the batsman was either: attempting to hit the ball with his bat ...
*  Robot leg
A robot leg (or robotic leg) is a mechanical leg that performs the same functions that a human leg can. The robotic leg is ... A robotic leg is similar to a prosthetic leg. However, a robotic leg can be controlled electrically or mechanically. To have ... Rewired nerves control robotic leg How Prosthetic Limbs Work Is This the Future of Robotic Legs? Robot arm Legged robot. ... A robotic Leg attaches to an individual who has had a lower extremity amputation-of a portion of a leg or foot. Doctors and ...
*  Cabriole leg
Structurally, the cabriole leg is weaker as the "S" shape is more accentuated or "bowed"; in any case the cabriole leg must be ... Earliest forms of the cabriole leg were known in ancient China and Greece. In the case of the ancient Chinese, this leg was ... "Woodworking plans: How to build a cabriole leg". Woodzone.com, 2007. Lowe, Philip C. "Cabriole Legs: Hand-shaped, without a ... since the cabriole leg found almost universal employment in most forms of furniture". The American cabriole leg was strongly ...
*  Spraddle leg
... is a condition in poultry in which the legs of newly-born chicks are splayed laterally, meaning that they are ... "Correcting Spraddle or Splay Leg in Baby Birds". 2nd Chance. Retrieved 11 January 2016. Ryczek, Hayley. "How to Fix Splayed Leg ... Management focuses on the use of supports (or shackles) to bring the legs back towards the midline. Hines, Ron. " ... or Spraddle Leg". Health Starts in the Kitchen. Retrieved 11 January 2016. ...
*  Leg mechanism
Eight-bar leg mechanism Tokyo Institute of Technology walking chair 2 DOF pantograph leg mechanism 2 DOF leg mechanism of the ... Mechanical legs can have one or more actuators, and can perform simple planar or complex motion. Compared to a wheel, a leg ... This can relatively easily be achieved with a hydraulic leg mechanism, but is not practicable with a crank-based leg mechanism ... always inside the base of support the speed of each leg or group of legs should be separately controllable for steering the leg ...
*  Square Leg
... is also a fielding position in cricket; see Fielding (cricket). Square Leg was a 1980 British government home ... Operation Square Leg was one of the exercises used to estimate the destructiveness of a Soviet nuclear attack in the 1984 BBC ... Square Leg was criticised for a number of reasons: the weapons used were exclusively in the high-yield megaton range, with an ...
*  Ghost Leg
Among those equivalent Ghost Legs, the one(ones) which have smallest number of legs are called Prime. A Ghost Leg can be ... For any Ghost Leg with matrix representation M, there exists a Ghost Leg with representation M−1, such that M M−1=I As each leg ... the number of legs indicates the odd/even permutation property of the Ghost Leg. An odd number of legs represents an odd ... If the elements written above the Ghost Leg are treated as a sequence, and after the Ghost Leg is used, the same elements are ...
*  Scaly leg
Birds infested with scaly leg have raised or protruding scales, sometimes with a white crusty appearance. Scaly leg is ... Scaly leg is a disease of chickens and other birds. It is caused by a parasitic mite, cnemidocoptes mutans. The mite burrows ... The loose crusty scales may also be removed by soaking the afflicted bird's legs in soapy water mixed with diluted ammonia, and ... Poultry parasitic diseases, Mississippi State University Scaley Leg Mite (Knemidocoptes mutans) information page on ...