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Stretching Ourselves

Vocabulary Word

abdomen part of the body containing the stomach, intestines, and other important organs
artificial made by human skill or labor; not natural
gait manner of walking or running
handicapped having a physical or mental disability
therapist person who specializes in treatment of diseases, injuries, or disorders
wheelchair chair on wheels, used by people who are sick or who are unable to walk
blender electric kitchen appliance for grinding, mixing, or beating
cerebral palsy paralysis caused by damage to the brain before or at birth
stroke sudden attack of illness caused by a blood clot or bleeding in the brain
dedicaion devotion
leg brace device used to support a leg
polio severe, infectious, viral disease that causes paralysis and wasting away of muscles
triumphant victorious or successful
Created by: lewisf