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The mound of Venus is beneath the thumb. The mound of Apollo (sometimes called the mound of the sun) is beneath the ring finger
The metacarpels are at the base of the thumb.
There is a pitcher's circle but no actual mound of dirt. There is a pitcher's circle but no actual mound of dirt.
The base of the thumb, the first phalanx, makes a joint with a carpal bone called the trapezium, and the two articulate in a special joint called a saddle joint. You only have tow of these in your body, one at the base of each thumb.
yes there is a saddle joint at the base of the thumb.
NoOnly after the pitched ball goes outside, "an imaginary circle"* that surrounds the pitching mound.*I know because I was called out for leaving the base too soon...
The pitchers mound
The thumb is called a thumb instead of a finger because it is smaller than a finger. A thumb also has 2 joints and a finger has 3.
An ant mound is often called an anthill. Pronounced ant-hill.
The curve of your thumb is the part where it looks rounded, at the base of your thumb.
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