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The ulna and radius are the two bones of the forearm.
  the elbow bone (running from the elbow to the little finger)
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  • The ulna and radius are the two bones of the forearm.
  • "Tibia," we said. "Fibula, sternum, clavicle, radius, ulna, kidneys, liver, lungs, heart, brain."
    David Almond  --  Skellig
  • St. Margaret’s Lane was the ulna, a narrower street running parallel with the High, tenanted by smithy, tannery, and the less genteel artisans and businesses.
    Diana Gabaldon  --  Outlander
  • But the ulna’s all right.
    Hal Borland  --  When the Legends Die

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  • How hard did you have to swing a seven-pound hammer to break the ulna and radius without forcing their jagged edges through the skin?
    Ted Dekker  --  BoneMan’s Daughters
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Associated words [difficulty]:   ulna [9] , humerus [9] , vertebrae [3] , femur [5] , sternum [5] , clavicle [7] , fibula [7] , mandible [7] , tibia [7] , metacarpal [8] , humerus [9] , metatarsal [9] , patella [9]
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