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- n. Property of being limber.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The quality or state of being limber; flexibleness.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The quality of being limber or easily bent; flexibleness; pliancy.
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A man who really reads a book and reads it well, reads it for moral muscle, spiritual skill, for far-sightedness, for catholicity -- above all for a kind of limberness and suppleness, a swift sure strength through his whole being.
And as long as you're not telling him things, don't tell him that in order to compensate for the strange limberness in the vehicle's body structure, to say nothing of the higher weight and center of gravity, the suspension has been firmed up.
Now here he is throwing the ball, and you see that although he's 6 feet 4 inches he is able, through limberness, to extend his body to roughly 13 linear feet, enabling him to release the ball nearly halfway to home plate.
These tires go by a ridiculous name — Dunlop SP SportMaxx GT 275/35ZR20 in the rear — but they are very seriously engineered bits and indispensable to the gestalt of the car, which is: balanced; direct; trustworthy; lightweight but with wonderful, gathering momentum; hugely stiff but with a certain useful limberness.
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As your limberness improves, you will be able to lower your knee toward your supporting leg. Your arms are straight overhead, palms together, as before.
Because your body is greatly affected by your reaction to stress, how well you sleep, your diet, and many other factors, you will find that your limberness and sense of balance will vary from day to day.
The simple routines also help strengthen your nervous system and increase joint limberness and strength.
You will notice that the Emotional Stability Routine does not include several types of asans—for example, those that work on limberness of hips and knees and those that stretch the fronts of the thighs and the backs of the legs.
Please note that there is no standard for limberness.