Ankle bone

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the bone of the ankle; the astragalus.

See also: Ankle

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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This process is performed by placing a plastic or metal embed on top of the ankle bone and at the end of the shin bone.
HYDERABAD -- Senior journalist Abdul Sattar Vistro has been injured severely with ankle bone break and lying on death bed since 3 month but not any elected member of assembly or local body nor minister had bothered to visit him at hospital and now at his home in Bhitai town Qasimabad.
The best way to ensure they get noticed is to cuff your pants enough that they expose your ankle bone. You can also opt to hem them at the bottom or simply cut them.
The ankle bone had become super-sensitive and Maria's efforts had me yelping.
The inside of the Ankle Guard is lined with sheep skin that comfortably cushions the holster against the ankle bone when the holster is tightly stretched around the lower leg.
He had a scab on the inside right ankle bone and spoke with a Scottish accent.
There's a piece above his ankle bone that just won't go away, which the surgeon has seen.
An ankle bone from 52 million years ago shows that the world's oldest primates were able to leap between tree branches like acrobats.
The former leg-spinner, in his writ lodged in January 2015, said he had endured several injuries through his career, including an ankle bone fracture, cartilage damage to his right knee, nerve damage affecting both hands and wrists, bone fracture to right elbow, finger pain in both hands and rotator cuff displacement in his right bowling shoulder.
A Thigh bone B Collar bone C Ankle bone D The spine 10.
Topshop lists the transparent jeans as 'MOTO Clear Plastic Straight Leg Jeans' and is described as 'a straight leg cut' with 'classic pockets detailing and are cropped at the ankle bone.'