examples, which are of the utmost importance, enable any intelligent reader to construct for himself all other combinations, and relieve
Fig. 121. The same furrows when there is strong rotation towards the opposite side.
us or the tedious necessity of systematicallv discussing every conceivaile displacement of the trunk.
Oir understanding ot the effect of different attitudes on the body as a vhole is much simplified and facilitated by these considerations. Whm the body is at rest, the chief postures are tliose of lying.