Figs. 102 and 103 represent the sarae girl, Fig- 102 with hanging arms, Fig. 103 with raised arms.
In the first instance, the lowering of the arms is accompanied by a slight sinking forward of the trunk, the shoulders descend
Fig. 102. Torso of a girl of 14, with lowered arms. Photograph by P. Schmidt, Vienna.
in uniform roundness, the breasts have fallen in spite of their youthful elasticity, whilst a slight skin-fohl has formed under the left breast.
The result of raising of the arms (Fig. 103) is a slight elevation of the upper part of the body, the shoulders have become round. high and full through tension of the deltoid muscle, the half-