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- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of hyperextend.
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As soon as the fasciculations disappear in the calf muscles, the anesthetist inserts a rubber bite block, if needed, and hyperextends the neck, and the electrical stimulus is given.
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Pasterns should be neither too long and sloping (which hyperextends the fetlock and overstresses the suspensory apparatus), nor too short and upright (which increases concussion on the fetlock, lower phalanx bones, and the foot).
Clutching a wrist, he falls back in a textbook armbar, a submission move that hyperextends the elbow or shoulder joint.
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