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You’ll want to be sure that your child understands how to use the blanket properly, can vocalize their comfort, and have enough mobility and strength to remove the blanket if need be.
With their mobility and environmental know-how, arrieros also tested the limits of Spanish control of the region by supporting runaway communities.
Those gaps in infrastructure are at the heart of mobility challenges in Africa — for people and for goods.
If you want to get stronger, faster, and healthier, your recovery and mobility are just as important as your workouts.
In the past few years, Anderson started to have more troubles getting around and got frustrated with his mobility, his wife said.
Defensively, he has appeared limited from a mobility standpoint since his mid-January return.
With increased mobility, sales staff can accept payments from anywhere in the store and cut down long lines, so customers don’t have to wait.
We are essentially trying a completely new form of mobility on a different planet, which has many challenges in terms of how you fly.
If everything is on one story, without any stairs to climb or clean, and you have no mobility issues, you might not worry about how many pounds your cleaner weighs.
She wanted to improve her mobility and learn to live in her own apartment.

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