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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of ankles in Chaldean Numerology is: 1

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of ankles in Pythagorean Numerology is: 8

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  1. Ben Crump:

    Fortunately, a man who is paralyzed and fighting for his life after being shot seven times in the back, will no longer have to deal with the pain of having his ankles and wrist shackled and the traumatic stress of being under armed guard.

  2. United States ' Jordan Spieth:

    When I came back toward the end of the summer and into autumn, the right and left ankles weren't quite feeling the same but it was still good enough to do what I needed to do, now they feel exactly the same, which is great.

  3. Lucy Jones:

    Get to the ground before the earthquake throws you there, get under a table if it's nearby, the earth is moving so much, the biggest injury we see is sprained ankles and broken legs from people trying to run during an earthquake and it throws them to the ground.

  4. Erna Rijnierse:

    You can tell it from the nail scratches on people's arms and legs, but also we had 10 people with human bites on arms, a back and also on the lower back and ankles.

  5. Damon Hill:

    I had my focus on F1, so my direction was always toward F1. And once I had got to the end of my career I was finished with driving anyway... I saw too many drivers walking around with broken ankles, i have total admiration for the guys who compete out there. It’s a big event. I ’d love to go, I’ve never been.

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