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which was the episode of greys anatomy where meredith says “pick me….”?

February 25th, 2013 Comments off

Question by maemae: which was the episode of greys anatomy where meredith says “pick me….”?

I need to know that episode and the one where everyone makes fun of izzy and posts her modeling pics every where. please and thanks!!!

Best answer:

Answer by My2Cents
the “pick me” speech was in Season 2, Episode 5 titled “Bring In The Pain.”

The Izzy modeling pics was in Season 1, Episode 4, titled “No Man’s Land.”

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What is the title of the anatomy of the Grey’s episode where …?

November 25th, 2012 1 comment

Question by mello yellow : What is the title of the anatomy of the Grey’s episode where … What is the title of the anatomy of the Grey’s episode where George have emergency surgery to do in the elevator on a shot victim? Thannkks Best answer:

Reply Victor R
“Bring the Pain” is the title of the episode. It’s when George performs heart surgery in the elevator.

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Backache? Anatomy of Back Pain Explained

November 7th, 2012 1 comment

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Shoe Anatomy

February 12th, 2012 Comments off

Shoe Anatomy

The first step to a successful shoe-shopper is to know your way around the shoe. I’m talking about “shoe anatomy.” Various brands and department stores to advertise “premium leather uppers” and “lightweight soles, but if you do not know what a top or a midsole in the first place, it can be difficult to know if you get the right pair of shoes for your feet.

Think of a shoe as divided into 4 main parts. First you need the 3 soles, the outer sole, insole and midsole. the outsole, as you can imagine, it is part of the shoe that make contact with the ground. The part that we normally just call “the only”. Outsole may vary in traction and shock absorption. Some people prefer thin outer soles of their feet in contact with the ground to maximize, others have a thick sole that catch their feet and legs.

heel can be compared to the outsole and on the back of the foot. Heels vary greatly in height and adjust heel height can be a long way to dealing with pain in the foot. General higher the heel of the pressure on the forefoot.

The insole is the part of the shoe you see when you look in your shoes. It is often detachable and is associated with support of the arch. It is common for people who need extra support to deliver customized orthotics to insert instead of those whom the shoe manufacturer.

midsole is the part of the shoe wedged between the insole and outsole. Soles varying material , weight, thickness and flexibility. A rigid, heavier midsole is good for the feet that need additional support. A flexible, lightweight midsole is good for active people who want their mobility.

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fourth largest share of the shoe, the upper part.

This is the part that covers the foot. It can be made of canvas, plastics, leather and other materials which vary in breathability.

In the treatment of the upper part of the shoe, it is important to pay special attention to the toe box and vamp. The toe box is the part of the shoe that surrounds your toes. It can be square, pointed or round. Regardless of the shape of the toe box is important that the toes provides ample space natural spread. The upper part is the part of the top where the tapes or Velcro usually placed.

Jane Barron works for OddShoeFinder.com, a free online website that helps people wrong footwear. Get more information about deformed feet , corrective shoes or foot length difference .

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