The arms hung down, but with a flexure at the elbow which brought these green sprigs directly in front of the dancer.
The defect is most serious where wood is subjected to flexure, as in beams.
Another apparatus provides for the detection and measurement of the flexure of the tube.
The upper apparent constriction however seems merely to indicate the line of flexure of the upper part of the cell upon the lower.
In our consideration of flexure it has so far been supposed that the bending takes place in a principal plane.
The flexure of the floor of the brain is however quite as considerable in the Teleostei as in other types.
For Claparde the prime cause of the change of flexure is the translation dorsalwards of the limbs.
On the fourth day the flexure is still greater than on the third, but on the fifth and succeeding days it becomes less obvious.
Their courses run somewhat independently of the lines of flexure.
This theory eliminated the flexure of the support and the curvature of the knives from the reduction of observations.
flexure flex·ure (flěk'shər)
A bend or curve, as in a tubular organ.
The act or an instance of bending.