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  • noun Plural form of arthritic.

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Examples

  • It was originally considered a form of self-defense, but this dance-like movement has helped arthritics and those at risk for falling, as well as, multiple sclerosis and the rehabilitation of severe head trauma patients.

    Stacey Nemour: Martial Arts: Finding the Perfect Style for You

  • As an added bonus, the Snapware lids have a silicone gasket dishwasher safe and the 4, snap-down sides which makes closing them a lot easier, especially for kids and arthritics.

    Ask Unclutterer: Food storage containers | Unclutterer

  • They are still trouble to fill and keep safe, however, and arthritics may find them hard to get in and out of.

    HOME COMFORTS

  • They are still trouble to fill and keep safe, however, and arthritics may find them hard to get in and out of.

    HOME COMFORTS

  • They are still trouble to fill and keep safe, however, and arthritics may find them hard to get in and out of.

    HOME COMFORTS

  • They are still trouble to fill and keep safe, however, and arthritics may find them hard to get in and out of.

    HOME COMFORTS

  • Boating is not a sport for arthritics, Sachs recalled; she had to flex her knees continually for stability as she made her way to the bridge.

    The Stone Monkey

  • Boating is not a sport for arthritics, Sachs recalled; she had to flex her knees continually for stability as she made her way to the bridge.

    The Stone Monkey

  • Boating is not a sport for arthritics, Sachs recalled; she had to flex her knees continually for stability as she made her way to the bridge.

    The Stone Monkey

  • Boating is not a sport for arthritics, Sachs recalled; she had to flex her knees continually for stability as she made her way to the bridge.

    The Stone Monkey

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