Lucky now( sneezes) there's no knee-joint to make; that might puzzle a little; but a mere shinbone
--why it's easy as making hop-poles; only I should like to put a good finish on.
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.
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.
Justin said: "My shinbone
came through my kneecap and ended my career.
In a world-first, surgeons at Princess Alexandra Hospital (PAH) have transplanted a 3D printed shinbone
(tibia) into a patient.
Unfortunately, Luka Pibernik was involved in one of the crashes at the very end of the race and he got a 3 stitches on the part of the left shinbone
and 1 at the elbow.
In total knee replacement, all three compartments are resurfaced with metal and plastic components, as is the top of the shinbone
Three bones meet to form your knee joint: your thighbone (femur), shinbone
(tibia), and kneecap (patella).
And yet, Jean Hollander's poetry won't stroke your cheek with comforting missives -- her work is commanding, powerful, spare as a shinbone
Geraghty has suffered his share of bad luck on the injury front and only last year a broken shinbone
sustained at Downpatrick in March ruled him out of the Grand National meeting and Punchestown festival.
A Breastbone B Collar bone C Funny bone D Shinbone
QUESTION 7 - for 7 points: Who was responsible for the murder of 007's wife in On Her Majesty's Secret Service?