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Wilson was on the disabled list from May 8 to June 7 with a left plantar fascia strain.
Running can also cause microscopic tears in the plantar fascia.
The fascia gets lower and seemingly wider with a long bottom lip flanked by fog lights.
The first stop is a zimarra, fascia and zucchetto (a caped version of the long soutane, a belt and skullcap) worn by John Paul II.
Along with rest, Williams recommends stretches that target the calf, Achilles, and plantar fascia—like pulling the toes back toward the shin.
These changes were made to give the Accord a more-premium look, highlighted by shorter overhangs, a bold front fascia, a long and low hood, and a visual center of gravity closer to the rear wheels, Honda said.
Ribbon boards will surround the court on all four sides along the seating fascia.
The carved-wood fascia, stained glass and rotundas give the home a distinct appearance.
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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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