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Wilson, on the disabled list since May 8 with a left plantar fascia strain, ran at full speed for the first time on Wednesday and said the next test will be fielding his position later in the week.
Standard on Denali are 19-inch wheels and chrome surround on the grille, LED headlights, lower fascia and fog lights.
The kitchen absolutely needs under-cabinet lighting that is mounted, contrary to popular belief, at the front edge of the cabinet, hidden by a small fascia.
The rear fascia has been nipped and tucked, and Ford has replaced the wide chrome bar with chrome trim accenting the lamps.
The infection spreads along the fascia, which is the connective tissue around your muscles, nerves, and blood vessels.
Florence Cooper, a tourist from Vancouver, stumbled upon a group of them on Monday dressed in their distinctive black cassocks and scarlet buttons, fascias and zucchettos.
But the electric coupe was fun, stylish, and loaded with advanced features such as LED daytime running lights, a large LED text display on the front fascia (to flash messages to road denizens), and an LCD dashboard made for social-media interaction.
The sharper rear fascia featured faux vents below the wrap-around taillights, a high trunk lid, and a wide, creased bumper with a single exhaust featuring dual chrome tips.
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FASCIA Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of fascia for English Language Learners
: a long, thin board that covers the area where a wall joins a roof
medical : a sheet of tissue that covers or connects parts inside the body (such as muscles)
medical Definition of fascia
fascialplay \-(ē-)əl\ adjective
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