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This point of attachment was chosen based on the conceptual work of Drayer et al.
Point of attachment is GZP North - box 8 by the line "MZK Forest" into the 3 MV switchgear station "POW Hospital" - part of Enea.
Jumper's Knee (Patellar Tendinopathy) - Inflammation of the point of attachment of the patellar ligament ?
0 mm, peltately attached, clathrate, the lumina partially occluded, light-brown, essentially concolorous except for the dark-brown point of attachment and somewhat hyaline edges, ovate to lanceolate-ovate, the base rounded, the apex acute, the margin denticulate, the teeth simple or bifid, the scales of the axes tending to differ by being up to 3.
At issue was whether to allow the use of metal tie-downs that have short segments of synthetic webbing at the point of attachment to the transport vehicle.
Rather than thickening the point of attachment, the sponge employs flexibility, loosely incorporating additional thin cylinders into the vertical beams at the bottom of the sponge.
In presumptive males in controls (Figure 4B), the testes had a single point of attachment to the mesentery, forming the sperm duct.
Once it is moved, every point of attachment requires a new steel angle to be welded or bolted in place.