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  • 1 Alexandra of Denmark — Infobox British Royalty|majesty|consort name =Alexandra of Denmark title =Queen Consort of the United Kingdom Empress consort of India reign =22 January 1901 – 6 May 1910 coronation =9 August 1902 spouse =Edward VII issue =Albert Victor, Duke of… …

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  • 2 Hora (dance) — A traditional oro playing in Republic of Macedonia …

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  • 3 Drownproofing — is a method for surviving in water disaster scenarios without sinking or drowning. It is also famous as a class once required at the Georgia Institute of Technology. Contents 1 History …

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  • 4 Pegg — This surname recorded as Pegg and the patronymic Peggs, is early medieval English. It has several possible origins. These include being an occupational name for a maker or seller of wooden pegs, or a nickname for a person who walked with a… …

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  • 5 Peggs — This surname is of medieval English origin and is a metonymic occupational name for a maker or seller of wooden pegs, or perhaps in some cases a nickname surname for a person with a wooden leg or who walked with a limping gait. The derivation is… …

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  • 6 limp — limp1 verb walk with difficulty because of an injured leg or foot. ↘(of a damaged ship or aircraft) proceed with difficulty. noun a limping gait. Origin ME: related to obs. limphalt lame , and prob. of Gmc origin. limp2 adjective 1》 not stiff or… …

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  • 7 limpkin — noun a wading marshbird with long legs and a long bill, found in the south eastern US and tropical America. [Aramus guarauna.] Origin C19: from limp1 (with ref. to the bird s limping gait) + kin …

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  • 8 halt — I. v. n. 1. Stop, hold, stand (still), stop short, pull up, come to a stop. 2. Limp, hobble, walk lamely. II. a. Lame, crippled. III. n. 1. Stop, stand, standstill. 2. Limp, limping gait …

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  • 9 limp — I. a. Limber, flaccid, flexile. II. v. n. Halt, hobble, walk lame. III. n. Halt, limping gait …

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  • 10 gimp — Noun. 1. A cripple, or person with a limp. 2. A limp, or a limping gait. 3. A contemptible person, a fool. 4. A sex slave, particularly one dressed in apparel of a sexual nature, such as black leather, or similar. Verb. To limp …

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  • 11 limp — Ⅰ. limp [1] ► VERB 1) walk with difficulty because of an injured leg or foot. 2) (of a damaged ship or aircraft) proceed with difficulty. ► NOUN ▪ a limping gait. ORIGIN related to obsolete limphalt «lame». Ⅱ …

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  • 12 limply — Ⅰ. limp [1] ► VERB 1) walk with difficulty because of an injured leg or foot. 2) (of a damaged ship or aircraft) proceed with difficulty. ► NOUN ▪ a limping gait. ORIGIN related to obsolete limphalt «lame». Ⅱ …

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  • 13 limpness — Ⅰ. limp [1] ► VERB 1) walk with difficulty because of an injured leg or foot. 2) (of a damaged ship or aircraft) proceed with difficulty. ► NOUN ▪ a limping gait. ORIGIN related to obsolete limphalt «lame». Ⅱ …

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  • 14 Cerebral palsy — Classification and external resources …

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  • 15 Central pattern generator — Central pattern generators (CPGs) are neural networks that produce rhythmic patterned outputs without sensory feedback.[1][2] CPGs have been shown to produce rhythmic outputs resembling normal rhythmic motor pattern production even in isolation… …

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  • 16 limp — A lame walk with a yielding step; asymmetrical gait. SEE ALSO: claudication. * * * limp limp vi 1) to walk lamely esp to walk favoring one leg 2) to go unsteadily limp n a limping movement or gait …

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  • 17 Edmontosaurus — Chordata Edmontosaurus Temporal range: Late Cretaceous, 73.0–65.5 Ma …

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  • 18 Limp — A limp is a type of asymmetric abnormality of the gait. Limping may be caused by unequal leg lengths (short leg limp), experiencing pain when walking (antalgic limp, or trendelenburg gait), muscle weakness, disorders of proprioception, or… …

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  • 19 limp — I. intransitive verb Etymology: probably from Middle English lympen to fall short; akin to Old English limpan to happen, lemphealt lame Date: circa 1570 1. a. to walk lamely; especially to walk favoring one leg b. to go unsteadily ; falter 2. to… …

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  • 20 Buxton (disambiguation) — Buxton is a town in Derbyshire. It may also refer to:PlacesAustralia*Buxton, Victoria *Buxton, New South WalesGuyana*Buxtonother places in the United Kingdom*Buxton, Norfolk =United States of America= *Buxton Park Arboretum, Indianola, Iowa… …

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