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1. Attaches a muscle to a bone. A. Maximus
2. Attaches bones to bones. B. Minimus
3. The attachment of a muscle to C. Antagonist
a stationary bone. D. Pronator
4. The attachment of a muscle to E. Supinator
a bone that moves. F. Insertion
5. The shortening of a muscle. G. Origin
6. A muscle that cause the main H. Synergist
pulling force. I. Rectus
7. Muscles that assist prime movers; J. Oblique
reduce unnecessary movement. K. Biceps
8. Muscles that cause the force of L. Triceps
motion in the opposite direction M. Ligament
of another muscle. N. Contraction
9. A triangular shaped muscle. O. Prime mover
10. A muscle with two points of P. Temporalis
attachment. Q. Adductor
11. A muscle with three points of R. Abductor
attachment. S. Deltoid
12. A muscle that pulls an appendage T. Tendon
away from the midline of the body
13. A muscle that pulls an appendage
toward the midline of the body.
14. Turns the hand in a palm up position.
15. Turns the hand in a palm down position.
16. Refers to a large muscle.
17. Refers to a small muscle.
18. Muscle fibers that are parallel to the
long axis of the body.
19. Muscle fibers that are diagonal to the
long axis of the body.
20. A muscle located on the temporal bone.

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