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You often get shots in your ginglymus, which is doctor-speak for your inner elbow. Actually, it's any hinge joint that allows motion in only two directions. The word also applies to your ankle. Another body part you never knew had a name is your acnestis. It's the part of your back you can't reach to scratch, right between your shoulder blades. In fact, the name is literally from the Greek for "can't be scratched."
Per the play's title, how does Jimmy Porter look back?
B) In anger
D) With sadness
Previous answer: Meredith Grey is the title character in "Grey's Anatomy."
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