Confused Words: chord vs cord
1. This loss of function and ataxia of peripheral nerves and spinal is the phenomenon of OPIDP.
2. More recently, electrical stimulation of the brain and spinal and caloric stimulation have been explored as treatments.
3. "These generators have the ability to produce hours of lighting by simply pulling on a small for a few minutes."
4. The system is flexible, and can be embellished to include more information (such as color or to denote a bass note in an inverted ).
5. The pulley, another of the machines, is merely a grooved wheel around which a passes.
6. A ventilator is made, a is hung, and a lady who sleeps in the bed dies.
7. At the beginning of the display, it also had the traditional 'golden' waterfall but it was hung from the lower of the Bridge.
8. The main secondary aspect of the Discipline is that the avout are allowed to own only their "bolt, , and sphere".
9. In music, an irregular resolution is resolution by a dominant seventh or diminished seventh to a other than the tonic.
10. After the car accident that caused his spinal injury, he went through extensive rehabilitation.
11. These caps would have prohibited any form of rivet or being used as a means of attachment.
12. No Seriously.", "Watch Your Back Manolo", "Health: -Blood Controversy", and "Health: The -Blood Debate".
13. Subsequent spinal injury after an episode of cervical neurapraxia has not been observed.
14. ``Ma foi, monsieur, you have touched upon a tender .''
15. During the Batizado, students are recognized by their success by being promoted in color.
16. Parallel ailerons were fitted only to the upper wing.
17. Exoskeletons could also be applied in the area of rehabilitation of stroke or Spinal injury patients.
18. A fishing line is any made for fishing.
19. The term Prusik is a name for both the loops of and the hitch, and the verb is "to prusik".
20. It came packaged in a gatefold with a lyric and guitar/ukelele booklet.
21. The first , for example, could be a B minor 7th superimposed on an E minor triad.
22. He competes in the F57 Paralympic disability category for athletes with spinal injuries and amputations.
23. To this day I still don't know a single on the guitar."
24. In open tuning the strings are tuned to sound a when not fretted.
25. The middle finger or thumb is placed through a loop on the end of one , and a tab at the end of the other is placed between the thumb and forefinger.
26. It also features Lennon's intricate changes.
27. It is in E-flat major, with a main pattern of A2-Bsus-Cm7-Bsus.
28. This change evokes a ii-V-I progression that is left unfinished.
29. Dave Laing in "One Wonders" (1985) provides more of a sociology of punk.
30. Its main underlying minor (Em) is prominent throughout the song, while the progression in the verses consists of a further three s (A-G-F#/D) reverting to the minor . The chorus uses a contrasting major (G) as well as a flat (B♭) and another minor (Dm) and, like the song's final refrain, finishes on a standard (C).
31. A few other fibers intrinsic to the run in the dorsolateral fasciculus of the spinal and the septomarginal tract.
32. The song contains "glittering" progressions of a 1980s nightclub.
33. Numbness, stinging, and/or weakness in the arms, legs or both, distinguish cervical neurapraxia.
34. I think that, henceforth, nothing but some extraordinary jarring of that could renew it.
35. He often uses complex shapes in picking and strumming for all of the bands he plays with.
36. St Lawrence station was opened in 1864 just before this but closed in 1916.
37. Morrel pulled the bell, but though he nearly broke the no one answered.
38. Treating cervical neurapraxia on the field.
39. These were "masters", or notes belonging to the common , and "servants", or all other notes.
40. St Lawrence station was opened in 1864 just before this , but closed in 1916.
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