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The new helmet is just part of a six-part system, Soldier Protection Systems, which aims to protect a soldier's eyes, head, torso, and pelvic region.
Those hips — read pelvic thrusts and gyrations — were copied from the black artists Elvis studied so carefully in Memphis nightclubs.
State Patrol spokesman Cody Thomas said no NSP recruits have undergone the pelvic exams since December 2016.
Kegel exercises help you learn how to control and relax the muscles around and in your vagina (your pelvic floor or PC muscles), which will combat future painful muscle spasms.
Several pregnant women have even reported pelvic and abdominal pain while rolling over in bed.
The surgical team also sawed through their pelvic bone and removed their shared third leg for skin grafts.
The bullet fractured both of his pelvic bones, damaged internal organs and caused major bleeding, the hospital said.
There are no clear indications that these animals underwent metamorphosis, and indeed the pelvic girdles and limbs of at least some taxa (only a few provide the sufficient data) ossified early in development (Olori 2015).
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