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Learning Points from BBC News Article Titled "Scientists Explain the Sound of Knuckle Cracking"

Another one of life’s mysteries solved! This one uncovers what really goes on when we crack our knuckles and produce the characteristic “pop” sound.

http://www.bbc.com/news/science-environment-43572709… 172 more words

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Knuckle cracking: a dangerous habit?

Many people like pressing their knuckles until these crack. This action produces a nasty and noisy sound which is annoying for people who have listened that. 515 more words

Uncovering Myths

Mastication

I gnaw at my knuckle. A nervous habit, one of many I lug around every day. It’s a relatively mild tic now. I no longer bruise my poor finger or nip it raw. 59 more words

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Ohútkȟaŋ Origins No. 2006

The prospect of learning a new language may seem too much to undertake. One way to succeed at learning a new language is to relate unknown terms, phrases, and words to known terms, phrases, and words.

For example,

nasukaza (nah-suh-kah-zah) = knuckle

Lakota

Connections: July 12.17

The aging gardener

captured here

tells the story

loud and clear:

sunburn, sweat

arthritic knee

callous, puncture

sting of bee

ideas spawned

by maniac

with creaking… 49 more words

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Have you had a Knuckle sandwich?! 

969 Coxwell Avenue, East York

Since moving to Toronto, I’ve been on the eternal quest for a decent Chicken burger! This search has honestly taken me all over the city…but finally I think I’ve found the place! 108 more words

Irish In Toronto