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ta·lar

 (tā′lər)
adj. Anatomy
Of or relating to the talus or the ankle.

talar

(ˈteɪlə)
n
(Clothing & Fashion) obsolete an ankle-length robe
Translations

ta·lar

a. talar, rel. al tobillo.
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ML1 (superior facet aspect) is the length from medial (M) to lateral talar process (L1)
BEIRUT: "Transposition," the solo exhibit by Lebanese artist Talar Aghbashian, assembles 24 of her most recent landscape paintings, all dated 2018, which blur the boundary between the real and the mythical.
An anteroposterior (AP) weight-bearing view of the left ankle joint revealed the fracture of the distal fibula, valgus talar tilt with joint space narrowing at the lateral tibiotalar joint, and collapse of the lateral talar dome (Figure 1(b)).
According to her statements to the French Press Agency (AFP), Director of Irbil airport Talar Faiq Salih said All international flights without exception to and from Irbil will stop from 06:00 p.m.
[8] Variations in the talar facets of calcanei are important because they influence subtalar joint stability.
ISLAMABAD -- Pakistan has declared the largest offshore island, Jazira Haft Talar, better known as Astola Islanadas a Marine Protected Area (MPA) in a historical first.
Escuche que van a talar un poquito al Xinantecatl ?que significa "un poquito"?
It acts as a secondary stabilizer against talar tilt, both as a lateral restraint and through its articular congruity during ankle range of motion.
Athletes were assessed for measures of foot posture index-6, foot length and width, Beighton generalized joint laxity score, anterior drawer and talar tilt tests, star excursion and single leg balance tests and goniometric assessment of ankle plantarflexion, ankle dorsiflexion and first metatarsophalangeal dorsiflexion.
Runners up Talar Aghbashian, Gabriella Boyd, Benjamin Jamie, and Selma Parlour each receive PS2,500.