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Word: sit-up



the act of transitioning between a supine position, with knees bent up and feet optionally anchored, to a sitting position, especiallly as done repeatedly as a form of physical conditioning. If it's not a noun, is there a means of clarifying that {qaStaHvIS wa' tup loSmaH vaghlogh ba'nISchoH mang} means that the soldier mmust perform forty-five sit-ups and not get in and out of her quS forty-five times? What has Maltz done to keep himself in shape during his long confinement, and what terminology does he have for these exercises?

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