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" Many of the muscles are not joined to the bones directly, but are made fast to them by means of firm cords called tendons. If you will place the thumb of your left hand upon the wrist of the right hand, and then work the fingers of the right hand, you... "
First Book in Physiology and Hygiene - Page 106
by John Harvey Kellogg - 1888
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Health Habits

Michael Vincent O'Shea, John Harvey Kellogg - Children - 1915 - 216 pages
...sometimes one end of a muscle is made fast to a hone, and the other end to the skin or to another muscle. Many of the muscles are not joined to the bones directly,...firm cords, called tendons. If you will place the fingers of one hand on the wrist of the other, at the same time working the fingers of the latter,...
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The Everyday Health Series ...

Michael Vincent O'Shea - 1921
...to another muscle, as in the face. We use muscles of this kind when we smile. BUILDING HEALTH HABITS Many of the muscles are not joined to the bones directly,...firm cords, called tendons. If you will place the fingers of one hand on the wrist of the other, at the same time working the fingers of the latter,...
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