A secondary center of ossification forming at the attachment site of a tendon.
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The Curious Chronicle Of The Letter CThe English language is infamously difficult in part because its spelling befuddles even native speakers as letters take on different sounds depending on what letters surround it. Few letters exemplify this trouble more than the third letter of the English alphabet: C. Think about these words: cease, coin, chic, indict, and discrepancy. In this string of terms, C sounds like S, K, Sh, and in …
- traction alopecia,
- traction control,
- traction diverticulum,
- traction engine,
- traction load,
- tractive effort,
- tractive force,
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