- Osteopathy uses massage and gentle manipulation to soften and realign the body.
- The physiotherapists also worked to relieve his shoulder pain and realign the joint.
- Realign that distal parallax fibrillator."
- BP and Shell shares overcame a profit downgrading from County NatWest and moved ahead, although the gain was largely to realign with Friday's rises on Wall Street.
- To facilitate the change over, 11 days were dropped - the 2nd of September being followed by the 14th - to realign with the solar year.
- When the display is switched on (3a) both dye and LC molecules realign.
- This allows multiple techniques to be completed without having to dismantle, reassemble and realign equipment between tests.
- Tricon strongly advises the Cassons to realign the hotel's position in the marketplace to take advantage of currently untapped business.
- IN ONE of his most difficult balancing acts to date, Mikhail Gorbachev, who arrived in East Berlin yesterday, urged the hard-line East German leadership to discuss economic and political reform with "all groups in society", while warning West Germany against any attempt to realign post-war borders in Europe.
- Now on the agenda are proposals to widen and realign the Woolmer Road, together with an improved junction where it joins the A325 north of the village.
- Eliot's early and best criticism was what he called "workshop" criticism, an attempt to realign literary tradition in the interests of the kind of poetry he wanted to write.
- He tried to realign retrospectively things he had written many years before, for what at the time had been entirely adequate reasons.
- Philip and Lesley Casson were strongly advised to realign the hotel's position in the marketplace