So we go, who file old jaws and shinbones
. Let's try another.
His were the shinbones
of the saline beef; his would have been the drumsticks.
Out of the horns of the cattle they made combs, buttons, hairpins, and imitation ivory; out of the shinbones
and other big bones they cut knife and toothbrush handles, and mouthpieces for pipes; out of the hoofs they cut hairpins and buttons, before they made the rest into glue.
During the procedure, the surgeon removes the cartilage between the tibia (shinbone
) and talus (one of the ankle bones) and then fuses the bones together using metal rods, screws, or plates.
Cameraman Pierre Jermaine Joseph, 32, fractured a shinbone
and knee, and Katie Wells, 19, fractured her pelvis.
A low kick is a kick in which the attacker uses his or her leg to strike the opponent's lower body (thigh or calf) with the shinbone
This happens because the boot, which protects your forefoot by preventing you from lifting your heel, forces you to walk flat-footed, with the boot pressing against the front of your shinbone
. The only way to confirm the bruise is with an MRI.
The mechanic, Francesco Cigarini, suffered a fractured shinbone
and fibula on his left leg after being struck by Raikkonen, who was given the signal to go before the vehicle's left rear tyre had been replaced .
On Sunday, Scuderia Ferrari tweeted that the mechanic had suffered"apparently a shinbone
and fibula fracture" during the Bahrain Grand Prix.
He suffered fractures to his shinbone
and fibula and was rushed to the BDF Hospital where he had surgery.
A drugged-up thug who "calmly" plunged a knife into his own mum's shinbone
can have no complaints about his 10-year sentence, judges ruled.