a work-related tendon and nerve disorder that occurs when a person makes too many of the same motions over a long period of time; also called repetitive strain injury , repetitive-motion disorder , [repetitive injury]; abbr. RSI
See repetitive motion disorder
repetitive stress injury definition
An injury, usually musculoskeletal in nature, that results from continual repetitive motion. There is continued debate about the extent of some of these injuries, exemplified by the continually evolving standards that the Occupational Safety and Health Administration has set for their prevention. (See carpal tunnel syndrome.)
healed of God, one of Shemaiah’s sons. He and his brethren, on account of their “strength for service,” formed one of the divisions of the temple porters (1 Chr. 26:7, 8).
lofty men; giants, (Gen. 14:5; 2 Sam. 21:16, 18, marg. A.V., Rapha, marg. R.V., Raphah; Deut. 3:13, R.V.; A.V., “giants”). The aborigines of Palestine, afterwards conquered and dispossessed by the Canaanite tribes, are classed under this general title. They were known to the Moabites as Emim, i.e., “fearful”, (Deut. 2:11), and to the Ammonites as […]
supports, one of the stations of the Israelites, situated in the Wady Feiran, near its junction with the Wady esh-Sheikh. Here no water could be found for the people to drink, and in their impatience they were ready to stone Moses, as if he were the cause of their distress. At the command of God […]
verb (used with object), rephrased, rephrasing. 1. to phrase again or differently: He rephrased the statement to give it less formality. verb 1. (transitive) to phrase again, esp so as to express more clearly