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Kiick and Duval had played only five games when Duval, 21, competing with her thigh heavily wrapped and more tape lining the back of her knee, first called for the trainer.
The practice is not uncommon among women, who also dust their thighs with talc to prevent chafing, or use it to freshen underpants and sanitary pads.
For infants under the age of 1, hold the baby face down on your forearm, using your thigh for support, the Mayo Clinic advises.
Officers should focus on the back, pelvic muscles or thigh, the advisory said.
And aside from the chicken wing, which is clearly and unquestionably the greatest single part of the chicken, the thigh is next best.
The arms, thighs, shoulders, and back are the easiest to tolerate, since the skin there mostly covers muscle and fat.
He's been hit by a ball in the knee, chest, neck, thigh and shin.
A 17-year-old boy, who was struck once each in his right thigh and right shoulder, was in stable condition.
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Origin and Etymology of thigh
First Known Use: before 12th centurySee Words from the same year
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