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#123811 - 02/24/04 03:33 PM Solar plexus
The two schemers have bought all three saloons in a town
now isolated by heavy rains making the town an island.
They have raised price of a drink to a dollar, and are
We have sure handed the small consumer a giant blow in the sole apoplectic region. No?'
There are two principal nervous systems in the body. In
addition to the nerves that cause voluntary movements, there
is the very large group of nerves not under voluntary control that regulate among other things the activities of
the digestive system. A very large such nerve center above the center of the abdomen, close to the spine, is called the
"solar plexus". The boxing magazines frequently referred to the baneful effects of a punch that expended energy upon the solar plexus.
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