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shoulder [ 'ʃəuldə] n.肩,肩膀;挑起

shoulder [ 'ʃəuldə] vt.承担,挑起,肩负

shoulder ['ʃəuldə] n. 肩膀;侧翼

闭门羹 given cold-shoulder

Shoulder Bag 侧背包

have a chip on one's shoulder 心存芥蒂
A: Blanche's already apologized and asked for your forgiveness. Why do you still have a chip on your shoulder?
A: Blanche 已经(跟你)道歉过, 也请你原谅她。你为什么还是心存芥蒂呢?
B: I don't know. I guess I never really got over it.
B: 我不知道。也许我对这件事从来没有真正释怀吧!
- 或许你也曾经有过类似上面的经验; 以为自己经对一件别人做错的事释怀了,
当你再度面对这个人时, 那种气气的感觉又回来了。也许没说到几句话,
你又忍不住地责备对方一顿。这种感觉就是这里所说的"have a chip on one's shoulder"。

give sb the cold shoulder 冷淡对待

go around with a chip on one's shoulder 到处寻衅

shoulder belt (diagonal belt)

He twitched his shoulders.

She was wearing a silver fox fur across her shoulders.

The boy had a parrot on his right shoulder.

I have stiff shoulders. *肩膀“发酸、发紧”时用stiff来表示。
My shoulders are stiff.

She ignored me. *ignore“不放在眼里”、“不理”、“假装看不见”。
What did she do? (她怎么了?)
She ignored me. (她不搭理我。)
She gave me the cold shoulder.
She didn't pay any attention to me (at all).

He's got a chip on his shoulder today. *指“要打架的样子”、“情绪不好的态度”。

Put (or Lay or Set) one's shoulder to the wheel.

Responsibility must be shouldered; you cannot carry it under your arms.

Think of the devil and he's looking over your shoulders.

To travel through the world it is necessary to have the mouth of hog, the legs of a stag, the eyes of a falcon, the ears of an ass, shoulders of a camel, and the face of an ape, and overplus, a satchel full of money and patience.

She gave me the cold shoulder.

have a chip on one's shoulder心存芥蒂
A: Blanche's already apologized and asked for your forgiveness. Why do you still have a chip on your shoulder?
A: Blanche已经(跟你)道歉过,也请你原谅她。你为什么还是心存芥蒂呢?
B: I don't know. I guess I never really got over it.
或许你也曾经有过类似上面的经验;以为自己经对一件别人做错的事释怀了,当你再度面对这个人时,那种气气的感觉又回来了。也许没说到几句话,你又忍不住地责备对方一顿。这种感觉就是这里所说的"have a chip on one's shoulder"。

She is troubled by the pains in the back and shoulders.

@@@ 许多, 大量, 富于
a (great/wide) range of 广泛的; 许多的
a cloud of 一大群; 一大片
a crowd of 许多; 一大群
a good/great deal (of) 许多, 大量
a great many 许多
a heap of 一大堆
a host of 一大群; 许多
a large amount & large amounts of 许多, 大量
a multitude of 一大批; 大量
a myriad of 大量的, 无数的
a number of 许多; 一些
a pile of 一堆; 很多
a wealth of 丰富的, 大量的
abound in 充满, 富于
all kinds of 许多; 大量(金钱)
an array of 显眼的一系列; 整齐的一大批; 大量
be abundant in 富于, 丰富
by the dozens 数目很多地; 大量地
for the most part 主要地; 大多数情况下
have (sth.) to spare 有多余的...
head and shoulders above 大大超出, 水平高很多
in abundance 大量地
in quantity 大量地, 大批地
on a large scale 大批量; 大规模
plenty of 丰富, 大量
quite a bit/few/little/lot 相当多, 有相当多的数目
rich in sth. 富于...
safety in numbers 人多保险, 势众
scores of 许多
teem with 有很多..., 充满...
the majority of 大多数
varied fare 多样化的饮食
well attended 参加的人多

@@@ 水平
head and shoulders above 大大超出, 水平高很多
roll (sth.) back (政府)把(价格)压低到标准(或原来)水平

give sb the cold shoulder 冷淡对待

go around with a chip on one's shoulder 到处寻衅

have a head on one's shoulders 有智慧

head and shoulder above sb, be 比某人好

need other's shoulder 希望得到某人的安慰

To give someone the cold shoulder

- Have a chip on one's shoulder 叫阵,叫板
He is not popular among his peers. He always seems to have a chip on his shoulder.
Mary has got a chip on her shoulder about not having obtained the scholarship.

- gain the upper hand 占上风
In strength, their team gain the upper hand ; but in skill, we can have a chip on our shoulder.

- give someone the cold shoulder 冷待某人
I hate going to expensive hotels. The receptionist always gives me the cold shoulder when she sees my plain clothes.

shoulder; arm

肩膀 shoulder

扁担 shoulder pole

抱头痛哭 [bào tóu tòng kū] /cry on each other's shoulder/

背 [bēi] /to be burdened/to carry on the back or shoulder/

背负 [bēi fù] /bear/carry on the back/have on one's shoulder/

臂章 [bì zhāng] /armband/armlet/shoulder emblem/

扁担 [biǎn dān] /carrying pole/shoulder pole/

并肩 [bìng jiān] /alongside/shoulder to shoulder/side by side/abreast/

膊 [bó] /shoulder/upper arm/

担 [dān] /to undertake/to carry/to shoulder/to take responsibility/

担负 [dān fù] /shoulder/bear/take on/be charged with/

担荷 [dān hè] /shoulder a burden/

胛 [jiǎ] /shoulder blade/

肩 [jiān] /shoulder/

肩膀 [jiān bǎng] /shoulder/

肩胛骨 [jiān jiǎ gǔ] /scapula/shoulder blade/

扛 [káng] /carry on one's shoulder/

挎 [kuà] /(v) carry on one's arm/(v) carry over one's shoulder or slung on one's side/

掮 [qián] /carry on shoulders/

耸肩 [sǒng jiān] /to shrug one's shoulders/

蹄 [tí] /hoof/pork shoulder/

肘 [zhǒu] /elbow/pork shoulder/

If railroads charged all customers the same average rate, they argue, shippers who have the option of switching to trucks or other forms of transportation would do so, leaving remaining customers to shoulder the cost of keeping up the line.

{adj: bent, bowed, inclined} used especially of the head or upper back
"a bent head and sloping shoulders"

{adj: big-chested, chesty} marked by a large or well-developed chest
"he was big-chested, big-shouldered and heavy-armed"

{adj: big-shouldered, broad-shouldered, square-shouldered} having broad shoulders
"big-shouldered and heavy-armed"

{adj: blunt, candid, forthright, frank, free-spoken, outspoken, plainspoken, point-blank, straight-from-the-shoulder} characterized by directness in manner or speech; without subtlety or evasion
"blunt talking and straight shooting"
"a blunt New England farmer"
"I gave them my candid opinion"
"forthright criticism"
"a forthright approach to the problem"
"tell me what you think--and you may just as well be frank"
"it is possible to be outspoken without being rude"
"plainspoken and to the point"
"a point-blank accusation"

{adj: braced} positioned so as to be ready for confrontation or danger
"he stood to attention with his shoulders braced"

{adj: bullocky} resembling a bullock in strength and power
"thick bullocky shoulders"

{adj: decent} observing conventional sexual mores in speech or behavior or dress
"a modest neckline in her dress"
"though one of her shoulder straps had slipped down, she was perfectly decent by current standards"

{adj: disjointed, dislocated, separated} separated at the joint
"a dislocated knee"
"a separated shoulder"

{adj: easy, gentle, soft} having little impact
"an easy pat on the shoulder"
"gentle rain"
"a gentle breeze"
"a soft (or light) tapping at the window"

{adj: heavy-armed} having massive arms
"he was big-chested, big-shouldered and heavy-armed"

{adj: hunched, round-backed, round-shouldered, stooped, stooping, crooked} having the back and shoulders rounded; not erect
"a little oldish misshapen stooping woman"

{adj: in} currently fashionable
"the in thing to do"
"large shoulder pads are in"

{adj: off-the-shoulder} not covering the shoulders (especially in the case of a blouse or dress)

{adj: overhand, overhanded, overarm} with hand brought forward and down from above shoulder level
"an overhand pitch"
"an overhand stroke"
<-> underhand

{adj: pitying, sorry} feeling or expressing sorrow or pity
"a pitying observer threw his coat around her shoulder"

{adj: round-arm} with the arm swung round at shoulder height
"round-arm bowling"

{adj: rounded} curving and somewhat round in shape rather than jagged
"low rounded hills"
"rounded shoulders"
<-> angular

{adj: scapular} relating to or near the shoulder blade

{adj: scapulohumeral} relating to the shoulder blade and upper arm bone

{adj: shouldered} having shoulders or shoulders as specified; usually used as a combining form

{adj: slouched, slouching, slumped} with shoulders drooping

{adj: straight} having no deviations
"straight lines"
"straight roads across the desert"
"straight teeth"
"straight shoulders"
<-> crooked

{adj: uncluttered, unlittered} having nothing extraneous
"an uncluttered room"
"the unlittered shoulders of the road"

{adj: underhand, underhanded, underarm} with hand brought forward and up from below shoulder level
"an underhand pitch"
"an underhand stroke"
<-> overhand

{adj: wide, broad} having great (or a certain) extent from one side to the other
"wide roads"
"a wide necktie"
"wide margins"
"three feet wide"
"a river two miles broad"
"broad shoulders"
"a broad river"
<-> narrow

{adv: abjectly, resignedly} in a hopeless resigned manner
"she shrugged her shoulders abjectly"

{adv: head and shoulders above} outstandingly superior to
"in intelligence he was head and shoulders above the others in his class"

{adv: longingly, yearningly} in a yearning manner
"he spent the rest of the act gazing longingly over my right shoulder at the illuminated word `Exit'"

{adv: manfully, manly} in a manful manner; with qualities thought to befit a man
"having said her say Peggy manfully shouldered her burden and prepared to break up yet another home"
<-> unmanfully

{adv: piggyback, pickaback, pig-a-back} on the back or shoulder or astraddle on the hip
"she carried her child piggyback"

{adv: shoulder-to-shoulder} side by side and close together
"the troops marched shoulder-to-shoulder"

{adv: underarm, underhand} with the hand swung below shoulder level
"throwing a ball underarm"

{n: Atlas} (Greek mythology) a Titan who was forced by Zeus to bear the sky on his shoulders

{n: Sam Browne belt} leather belt supported by a strap over the right shoulder

{n: Stinger} a portable low altitude surface-to-air missile system using infrared guidance and an impact fuse; fired from the shoulder

{n: Winchester} a shoulder rifle

{n: acromion, acromial process} the outermost point of the spine of the shoulder blade

{n: aglet, aiglet, aiguilette} ornamental tagged cord or braid on the shoulder of a uniform

{n: armpit, axilla, axillary cavity, axillary fossa} the hollow under the arm where it is joined to the shoulder
"they were up to their armpits in water"

{n: arm} a human limb; technically the part of the superior limb between the shoulder and the elbow but commonly used to refer to the whole superior limb

{n: backpack, back pack, knapsack, packsack, rucksack, haversack} a bag carried by a strap on your back or shoulder

{n: baldric, baldrick} a wide (ornamented) belt worn over the right shoulder to support a sword or bugle by the left hip

{n: ball, clod, glob, lump, clump, chunk} a compact mass
"a ball of mud caught him on the shoulder"

{n: banderilla} a decorated dart that is implanted in the neck or shoulders of the bull during a bull fight

{n: banderillero} the bullfighter who implants decorated darts (banderillas) into the neck or shoulders of the bull during a bull fight

{n: bandoleer, bandolier} a broad cartridge belt worn over the shoulder by soldiers

{n: blade} a broad flat body part (as of the shoulder or tongue)

{n: blade} a cut of beef from the shoulder blade

{n: box coat} a short coat that hangs loosely from the shoulders

{n: brachial plexus, plexus brachialis} a network of nerves formed by cervical and thoracic spinal nerves and supplying the arm and parts of the shoulder

{n: bursitis} inflammation of a bursa; frequently in the shoulder

{n: bust} a sculpture of the head and shoulders of a person

{n: chemise, sack, shift} a loose-fitting dress hanging straight from the shoulders without a waist

{n: chlamys} a short mantle or cape fastened at the shoulder; worn by men in ancient Greece

{n: chuck} the part of a forequarter from the neck to the ribs and including the shoulder blade

{n: circumflex humeral artery, arteria circumflexa humeri} an artery that supplies the shoulder joint and shoulder muscles

{n: circumflex scapular artery, arteria circumflexa scapulae} an artery that serves the muscles of the shoulder and scapular area

{n: clean and jerk, clean} a weightlift in which the barbell is lifted to shoulder height and then jerked overhead

{n: close-order drill} (military) military drill of troops in standard marching (shoulder-to-shoulder)

{n: coat hanger, clothes hanger, dress hanger} a hanger that is shaped like a person's shoulders and used to hang garments on

{n: coat} an outer garment that has sleeves and covers the body from shoulder down; worn outdoors

{n: crew neck, crew neckline} a plain straight neckline opening from shoulder to shoulder of sweaters

{n: dandruff} loose scales shed from the scalp
"I could see the dandruff on her shoulders"

{n: deltoid, deltoid muscle, musculus deltoideus} a large triangular muscle covering the shoulder joint and serving to abduct and flex and extend and rotate the arm

{n: dislocation} a displacement of a part (especially a bone) from its normal position (as in the shoulder or the vertebral column)

{n: dolman, dolman jacket} a hussar's jacket worn over the shoulders

{n: epaulet, epaulette} adornment consisting of an ornamental cloth pad worn on the shoulder

{n: epauliere} armor plate that protects the shoulder

{n: fall, pin} when a wrestler's shoulders are forced to the mat

{n: firearm, piece, small-arm} a portable gun
"he wore his firearm in a shoulder holster"

{n: fireman's carry} the act of carrying a person over your shoulder

{n: glenoid fossa, glenoid cavity} the concavity in the head of the scapula that receives the head of the humerus to form the shoulder joint

{n: guimpe} a piece of starched cloth covering the shoulders of a nun's habit

{n: hard shoulder} a paved strip beside a motorway (for stopping in emergencies)

{n: heaume} a large medieval helmet supported on the shoulders

{n: helicon, bombardon} a tuba that coils over the shoulder of the musician

{n: hod} an open box attached to a long pole handle; bricks or mortar are carried on the shoulder

{n: humerus} bone extending from the shoulder to the elbow

{n: innominate artery} a large artery arising from the arch of the aorta and divides into the right subclavian artery and the right common carotid artery; supplies the right side of the neck and head and the right shoulder and arm

{n: jerk} raising a weight from shoulder height to above the head by straightening the arms

{n: leotard, unitard, body suit, cat suit} a tight-fitting garment of stretchy material that covers the body from the shoulders to the thighs (and may have long sleeves or legs reaching down to the ankles); worn by ballet dancers and acrobats for practice or performance

{n: limb-girdle muscular dystrophy} an autosomal recessive form of muscular dystrophy that appears anywhere from late childhood to middle age; characterized by progressive muscular weakness beginning either in the shoulder or pelvic girdle; usually progresses slowly with cardiopulmonary complications in the later stages

{n: long sleeve} a sleeve extending from shoulder to wrist

{n: mailbag, postbag} letter carrier's shoulder bag
"in England they call a mailbag a postbag"

{n: mantle} the cloak as a symbol of authority
"place the mantle of authority on younger shoulders"

{n: musket} a muzzle-loading shoulder gun with a long barrel; formerly used by infantrymen

{n: myotonic muscular dystrophy, myotonic dystrophy, myotonia atrophica, Steinert's disease} a severe form of muscular dystrophy marked by generalized weakness and muscular wasting that affects the face and feet and hands and neck; difficult speech and difficulty with the hands that spreads to the arms and shoulders and legs and hips; the onset can be any time from birth to middle age and the progression is slow; inheritance is autosomal dominant

{n: over-the-shoulder bombing} a special case of loft bombing in which the bomb is released past the vertical so it is tossed back to the target

{n: overall} (usually plural) work clothing consisting of denim trousers (usually with a bib and shoulder straps)

{n: overhand pitch} a baseball pitch in which the hand moves above the shoulder

{n: palanquin, palankeen} a closed litter carried on the shoulders of four bearers

{n: pallium} (Roman Catholic Church) vestment consisting of a band encircling the shoulders with two lappets hanging in front and back

{n: peplos, peplus, peplum} a garment worn by women in ancient Greece; cloth caught at the shoulders and draped in folds to the waist

{n: picnic ham, picnic shoulder} shoulder of a hog usually smoked

{n: pony} any of various breeds of small gentle horses usually less than five feet high at the shoulder

{n: press, military press} a weightlift in which the barbell is lifted to shoulder height and then smoothly lifted overhead

{n: rebozo} a long woolen or linen scarf covering the head and shoulders (also used a sling for holding a baby); traditionally worn by Latin-American women

{n: red-shouldered hawk, Buteo lineatus} North American hawk with reddish brown shoulders

{n: referred pain} pain that is felt at a place in the body different from the injured or diseased part where the pain would be expected
"angina pectoris can cause referred pain in the left shoulder"
"pain in the right shoulder can be referred pain from gallbladder disease"

{n: rhomboid, rhomboid muscle} any of several muscles of the upper back that help move the shoulder blade

{n: rifle} a shoulder firearm with a long barrel and a rifled bore
"he lifted the rifle to his shoulder and fired"

{n: rotator cuff} a supporting structure of the shoulder consisting of the muscles and tendons that attach the arm to the shoulder joint and enable the arm to move

{n: sandwich board} signboard consisting of two hinged boards that hang front and back from the shoulders of a walker and are used to display advertisements

{n: sandwichman} a person with advertising boards hanging from the shoulders

{n: satchel} luggage consisting of a small case with a flat bottom and (usually) a shoulder strap

{n: scalenus syndrome} discomfort and vascular symptoms and loss of sensation in a shoulder and arm; caused by a scalene muscle compressing the subclavian artery and part of the brachial plexus

{n: scapula, shoulder blade, shoulder bone} either of two flat triangular bones one on each side of the shoulder in human beings

{n: scapular, scapulary} garment consisting of a long wide piece of woolen cloth worn over the shoulders with an opening for the head; part of a monastic habit

{n: scapular} a feather covering the shoulder of a bird

{n: scarf} a garment worn around the head or neck or shoulders for warmth or decoration

{n: shawl} cloak consisting of an oblong piece of cloth used to cover the head and shoulders

{n: shimmy} lively dancing (usually to ragtime music) with much shaking of the shoulders and hips

{n: short sleeve} a sleeve extending from the shoulder to the elbow

{n: shotgun, scattergun} firearm that is a double-barreled smoothbore shoulder weapon for firing shot at short ranges

{n: shoulder bag} a large handbag that can be carried by a strap looped over the shoulder

{n: shoulder board, shoulder mark} epaulets that indicate rank

{n: shoulder flash} something worn on the shoulder of a military uniform as an emblem of a division etc.

{n: shoulder girdle, pectoral arch} the bony arch formed by the collarbones and shoulder blades in humans

{n: shoulder holster} a holster worn over your shoulder so a gun can be concealed under your jacket

{n: shoulder pad} protective garment consisting of a hard rounded pad worn by football players to protect their shoulders

{n: shoulder patch} patch worn on the shoulder of a military uniform to indicate rank

{n: shoulder, berm} narrow edge of land (usually unpaved) along the side of a road

{n: shoulder, shoulder joint, articulatio humeri} a ball-and-socket joint between the head of the humerus and a cavity of the scapula

{n: shouldered arch} an arch consisting of a horizontal lintel supported at each end by corbels that project into the aperture

{n: shoulder} a cut of beef from the shoulder of the animal

{n: shoulder} the part of the body between the neck and the upper arm

{n: shrug} a gesture involving the shoulders

{n: snub, cut, cold shoulder} a refusal to recognize someone you know
"the snub was clearly intentional"

{n: stiffening} the act of becoming stiff
"stiffening his shoulders, he prepared to advance"

{n: stole} a wide scarf worn about their shoulders by women

{n: stooper} a person who carries himself or herself with the head and shoulders habitually bent forward

{n: strap, shoulder strap} a band that goes over the shoulder and supports a garment or bag

{n: strapless} a woman's garment that exposes the shoulders and has no shoulder straps

{n: strike zone} (baseball) the area over home plate between a batter's knees and shoulders through which a pitch must pass in order to be called a strike

{n: strike} (baseball) a pitch that the batter swings at and misses, or that the batter hits into foul territory, or that the batter does not swing at but the umpire judges to be in the area over home plate and between the batter's knees and shoulders
"this pitcher throws more strikes than balls"

{n: sundress} a light loose sleeveless summer dress with a wide neckline and thin shoulder straps that expose the arms and shoulders

{n: tank top} a tight-fitting sleeveless shirt with wide shoulder straps and low neck and no front opening; often worn over a shirt or blouse

{n: teres, teres muscle} either of two muscles in the shoulder region that move the shoulders and arms

{n: tippet} a woman's fur shoulder cape with hanging ends; often consisting of the whole fur of a fox or marten

{n: top} a garment (especially for women) that extends from the shoulders to the waist or hips
"he stared as she buttoned her top"

{n: trapezius, trapezius muscle, cowl muscle, musculus trapezius} either of two flat triangular muscles of the shoulder and upper back that are involved in moving the shoulders and arms

{n: wood vise, woodworking vise, shoulder vise} a vise with jaws that are padded in order to hold lumber without denting it

{n: yoke} support consisting of a wooden frame across the shoulders that enables a person to carry buckets hanging from each end

{v: chicken-fight, chickenfight} fight while sitting on somebody's shoulders

{v: close} change one's body stance so that the forward shoulder and foot are closer to the intended point of impact

{v: dab, pat} hit lightly
"pat him on the shoulder"

{v: kick back, recoil, kick} spring back, as from a forceful thrust
"The gun kicked back into my shoulder"

{v: piggyback} carry on the back or shoulders
"She piggybacked a sick classmate to school"

{v: piggyback} ride on someone's shoulders or back

{v: piggyback} support on the back and shoulders
"He piggybacked her child so she could see the show"

{v: plug away, peg away, slog, keep one's nose to the grindstone, keep one's shoulder to the wheel} work doggedly or persistently
"She keeps plugging away at her dissertation"

{v: rest} put something in a resting position, as for support or steadying
"Rest your head on my shoulder"

{v: shoulder in} push one's way in with one's shoulders

{v: shoulder} carry a burden, either real or metaphoric
"shoulder the burden"

{v: shoulder} lift onto one's shoulders

{v: shoulder} push with the shoulders
"He shouldered his way into the crowd"

{v: shrug} raise one's shoulders to indicate indifference or resignation

{v: situate, fix, posit, deposit} put (something somewhere) firmly
"She posited her hand on his shoulder"
"deposit the suitcase on the bench"
"fix your eyes on this spot"

{v: slight, cold-shoulder} pay no attention to, disrespect
"She cold-shouldered her ex-fiance"

{v: square} position so as to be square
"He squared his shoulders"

{v: stoop} carry oneself, often habitually, with head, shoulders, and upper back bent forward
"The old man was stooping but he could walk around without a cane"

{v: tap, tip} strike lightly
"He tapped me on the shoulder"

{v: twist, sprain, wrench, turn, wrick, rick} twist suddenly so as to sprain
"wrench one's ankle"
"The wrestler twisted his shoulder"
"the hikers sprained their ankles when they fell"
"I turned my ankle and couldn't walk for several days"

I see that I will, someday, kneel again in my flower bed with a shawl of sunshine upon my shoulders and the scent of rosemary so sharp I taste it.

Father had gone off to care for sick people, and Mother sat on my cot with her arm around my shoulder.

When I grew tired, he carried me on his shoulders.

Walking a few yards from the pit, I kicked disgustedly at the dirt.
Suddenly I felt a hand on my shoulder.

Mile after mile it was like an invisible force drawing my attention toward the edge of the road where the soft shoulder gave way to thin air.

I felt that perfect love, the Lord's love, reaching out to touch my shoulder.

I asked Him to ride with you and keep you safe, to put His hand on your shoulder.

Then one day, while sitting at my usual place in the window, I saw my father walking up the street carrying two tricycles on his shoulders... one red and the other white.

But I can still picture his smile the day he carried home those tricycles on his shoulders, knowing that he would make me walk again.

The micro-PC is carried in a shoulder bag and connected to a tiny screen in the glass frame.

They agreed on the need to deal with Iran and North Korea's nuclear ambitions, and to improve security at U.S and Russian nuclear installations. During the summit, the two countries also signed a deal to curtail the spread of shoulder-fired missiles, the type of systems that could be used by terrorists to shoot down planes.



Fresh or chilled unboned hams, shoulders & cuts thereof of swine

Frozen unboned hams, shoulders & cuts thereof of swine

Unboned swine hams&shoulders, salted, in brine,dried or smoked

Cuts of unboned swine hams&shoulders, salted, in brine drd or smoked

Preparations of swine, shoulders & cuts

Shoulder screws

Shoulder washers

Shoulder orthopedic softgoods

Shoulder boards or epaulettes

Malignant melanoma of upper limb, including shoulder

Skin of upper limb, including shoulder

Peripheral nerves of upper limb, including shoulder
上肢 , 含肩部的周边神经

Connective and soft tissue of upper limb, including shoulder
上肢 , 含肩部的结缔及柔软组织

Melanoma in situ of upper limb, including shoulder

Skin of upper limb, including shoulder

Connective and other soft tissue of upper limb, including shoulder

Melanocytic naevi of upper limb, including shoulder

Skin of upper limb, including shoulder

Tic disorders
Syndromes in which the predominant manifestation is some form of tic. A tic is an
involuntary, rapid, recurrent, nonrhythmic motor movement (usually involving circumscribed
muscle groups) or vocal production that is of sudden onset and that serves no apparent
purpose. Tics tend to be experienced as irresistible but usually they can be suppressed
for varying periods of time, are exacerbated by stress, and disappear during sleep. Common
simple motor tics include only eye-blinking, neck- jerking, shoulder-shrugging, and facial
grimacing. Common simple vocal tics include throat-clearing, barking, sniffing, and
hissing. Common complex tics include hitting oneself, jumping, and hopping. Common complex
vocal tics include the repetition of particular words, and sometimes the use of socially
unacceptable (often obscene) words (coprolalia), and the repetition of one's own sounds or
words (palilalia)
速的 , 重覆 , 没有节奏的动作 ( 通常影响到局限的
肌肉群 ) , 或突然发出无意义的声音。抽搐是不可
抵抗的 , 但通常可以靠意志克制一段时间。在有压
力的情境下会恶化 , 睡眠时消失。。常见的单纯型
及发出嘘声 (hissing) 。常见的复杂型抽搐有打自己及跳
字语 , 有时说些不被社会接受的 ( 通常是淫猥的 )
话 ( 秽语症 ) , 和重覆自己的声音或字语 ( 复语症
) 。

Neuralgic amyotrophy
Parsonage-Aldren-Turner syndrome
Shoulder-girdle neuritis
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