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 n.— «There are mild inversions, such as downward-facing dog pose and legs-up-the-wall pose, and there are more challenging inversions, such as shoulderstand, headstand and handstand. There are also variations which involve hanging upside-down from a set of ropes.» —“Go ahead, put your feet up” by Fiona Cole Whittier Daily News (California) July 17, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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