Definition of Pronators

1. pronator [n] - See also: pronator



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pronators

pronaoses
pronase
pronases
pronatalism
pronatalisms
pronatalist
pronatalists
pronate
pronated
pronates
pronating
pronation
pronations
pronator
pronatores
pronators (current term)
prone
prone float
prone out
prone to
pronely
proneness
pronenesses
pronephra
pronephric
pronephroi
pronephros
pronephroses
proner
prones

Literary usage of Pronators

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1. The Dublin dissector or Manual of anatomy by Robert Harrison (1854)
"The pronators and flexors arise chiefly from the internal condyle, ... The pronators and flexors arising from the inner side of the fore arm, ..."

2. A Treatise on Common Forms of Functional Nervous Diseases by Leopold Putzel (1880)
"Paralysis of the pronators of the forearm (which are also supplied by the median nerve) interfere with pronation to a certain extent, though not completely, ..."

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