Shoulder

The area of an artifact that divides the blade from the stem or hafting area.

shoulder

img src='http://www.jgoffin.freeserve.co.uk/abf/glossary/shoulder.gif'> Also the metal, triangular in cross-section, between the printing surface and the body on a metal sort.
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shoulder

[n] - a cut of beef from the shoulder of the animal 2. [n] - a ball-and-socket joint between the head of the humerus and a cavity of the scapula 3. [n] - the part of the body between the neck and the upper arm 4. [n] - edge of land (usually unpaved) along the side of a road 5. [v] - lift onto one`s shoulders 6. [v] - carr...
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Shoulder

Shoulder: A structure made up of two main bones: the scapula (shoulder blade) and the humerus (the long bone of the upper arm). The end of the scapula, called the glenoid, is a socket into which the head of the humerus fits, forming a flexible ball-and-socket joint. The scapula is an unusually shaped bone. It extends up and around the shoulder join...
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Shoulder

Shoul'der noun [ Middle English shulder , shuldre , schutder , Anglo-Saxon sculdor ; akin to Dutch schoulder , German schulter , Old High German scultarra , Danish skulder , Swedish skuldra .] 1. (Anat.) The joint, or th...
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Shoulder

Shoul'der transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Shouldered ; present participle & verbal noun Shouldering .] 1. To push or thrust with the shoulder; to push with violence; to jostle. « As they the earth would sho...
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Shoulder

Shoul'der intransitive verb To push with the shoulder; to make one's way, as through a crowd, by using the shoulders; to move swaying the shoulders from side to side. « A yoke of the great sulky white bullocks . . . came shouldering along together.» Kipling.
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shoulder

1. <anatomy> The joint, or the region of the joint, by which the fore limb is connected with the body or with the shoulder girdle; the projection formed by the bones and muscles about that joint. ... 2. The flesh and muscles connected with the shoulder joint; the upper part of the back; that part of the human frame on which it is most easy to...
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shoulder

berm noun narrow edge of land (usually unpaved) along the side of a road
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shoulder

noun the part of the body between the neck and the upper arm
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shoulder

noun a cut of beef from the shoulder of the animal
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shoulder

articulatio humeri noun a ball-and-socket joint between the head of the humerus and a cavity of the scapula
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shoulder

(shōl´dәr) the area around the glenohumeral joint, the large ball-and-socket joint where the humerus joins the scapula. The smooth, rounded head of the humerus rests against the socket in the scapula. The joint is covered by a tough, flexible protective capsule and has numerous reinforcing ligaments that stre...
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Shoulder

• (v. i.) To push with the shoulder; to make one`s way, as through a crowd, by using the shoulders; to move swaying the shoulders from side to side. • (n.) Fig.: That which supports or sustains; support. • (n.) That which resembles a human shoulder, as any protuberance or projection from the body of a thing. • (n.) The flesh and...
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shoulder

(from the article `ring`) Basically, a ring consists of three parts: the circle, or hoop; the shoulders; and the bezel. The circle can have a circular, semicircular, or square ...
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(from the article `roads and highways`) ...must be defined (see figure). A traffic lane is the portion of pavement allocated to a single line of vehicles; it is indicated on the pavement by ...
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shoulder

in anatomy, the joint between the arm, or forelimb, and the trunk, together with the adjacent tissue, particularly the tissue over the shoulder ... [2 related articles]
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The area of the body where the arm attaches to the trunk. The rounded bony surface at the front of the shoulder is the upper part of the humerus (upper-arm bone); the bony surfaces that form the top and back of the shoulder are parts of the scapula (shoulderblade). The clavicle (collarbone) articula...
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Shoulder

Shoulder was old slang for a coach driver picking up passengers without consulting the proprietor.
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Shoulder

Shoulder was old slang for a coach driver picking up passengers without consulting the proprietor.
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Shoulder

In fortifications the shoulder is the angle of a bastion included between the face and flank.
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shoulder

Type: Term Pronunciation: shōl′dĕr Definitions: 1. The lateral portion of the scapular region, where the scapula joins with the clavicle and humerus and is covered by the rounded mass of the deltoid muscle. 2. In dentistry, the ledge formed by the junction of the gingival and axial walls in extracoronal restorative preparations. &.....
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Shoulder

The curved stroke of the h, m and n.
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shoulder

The region of the body where the humerus articulates with the scapula.
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shoulder

The region of the body where the humerus articulates with the scapula.
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