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Noun
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wrists, plural;
  1. The joint connecting the hand with the forearm

  2. The equivalent joint (the carpal joint) in the foreleg of a quadruped or the wing of a bird

  3. The part of a garment covering the wrist; a cuff

  4. (in a machine) A stud projecting from a crank as an attachment for a connecting rod


  1. a joint between the distal end of the radius and the proximal row of carpal bones
  2. The complex joint between forearm bones, carpus, and metacarpals where the hand is attached to the arm; the carpus in narrow sense
  3. (WRISTS) 7. Are your wrists relaxed and in a neutral position, without flexing up or down?
  4. In golfers, the swollen joint that connects a sore hand to an aching elbow and a painful shoulder.
  5. The junction between the two forearm bones (radius and ulna) and the eight wrist bones (trapezium, trapezoid, capitate, hamate, pisiform, triquetral, lunate and scaphoid).
  6. At the wrist of sounding crazy, I like Anatomy Pun Tests.
  7. an interconnected set of links and powered joints between the arm and end effector that supports, positions and orientates the end effector.
  8. The ability to be flexible; something grabbing your attention / Wanting to grab someone's attention
  9. The end-effector is connected to this joint on the manipulator arm.
  10. the ability to receive in hand something new, or the lack thereof to receive something new, connects the hand with the arm, signifying the connection of strength and works, the act of twisting, twist and turn a matter in the arm of the flesh like in manipulation, it can signify the ability to ...
  11. The small area of a gunstock that is grasped by the shooter's trigger hand.
  12. Slang for odds of 5/4.
  13. The thinnest section of the stock of a long gun between the receiver and the butt, gripped by the trigger-hand. The most vulnerable part of a gunstock.  Photo
  14. A pivot point on a mechanical arm robot between the end effector and the elbow.