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From:  Valerie Sutton
Date:  Wed Feb 16, 2000  6:59 am
Subject:  Re: Rotation movement - "axial" movement

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February 15, 2000

Attached is a third diagram, illustrated by Steve Parkhurst. It shows
that a double-lined axis shows the forearm parallel with the this case the arrows themselves are single-stemmed
other words...the axis (the forearm) is parallel with the wall, but
the movement itself paints a path that is moving forward or back in a
curve, parallel with the floor....imagine if you put black paint on
your thumb or baby finger...what path would it draw in space, while
the forearm stays in one place and the arm rotates?

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2828 Re: Rotation movement - "axial" movement Valerie Sutton Wed  2/16/2000

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