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hip hike

hip hike
 n.— «Over the last three decades, Selmer was resigned to feeling pressure on his upper leg when he walked. He never imagined it could be different. The “hip hike,” pain, as it is called, is corrected by the PROPRIO’s more symmetrical and balanced gait, according to Ossur’s website.» —“Bionic technology makes for a good fit” by Pamela Rigaux Frederick News-Post (Maryland) Sept. 18, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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