The largest, widest bones constituting both halves of the pelvis
Ilia Kulik: Russian figure skater and Olympic champion
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crosswordese: Iliac, Ilium
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ilium of the pelvis is divisible into two parts, the body and the
ala; the separation is indicated on the internal surface by a
curved line, the arcuate line, and on the external surface by the
margin of the acetabulum. The name comes from the Latin, meaning
"groin" or "flank." (Taber's 1985)
male pelvis – viewed from the front
body enters into the formation of the acetabulum, of which it
forms rather less than two-fifths.
external surface is partly articular, partly non-articular; the
articular segment forms part of the lunate surface of the
acetabulum, the non-articular portion contributes to the
internal surface of the body is part of the wall of the lesser
pelvis and gives origin to some fibers of the Obturator internus.
it is continuous with the pelvic surfaces of the ischium and
pubis, only a faint line indicating the place of union.
Alexandrovich Kulik (born May 23, 1977 in Moscow, Russian SSR) is
a Russian figure skater. He is the 1998 Olympic Champion, the
1995 European Champion, the 1997–1998 Grand Prix Final
champion, and the 1995 World junior champion.
began skating at the age of five and won the Olympics at the age
'turned professional' after the 1998 Olympics and has skating
professionally in various shows like Stars on Ice tour and shows
in Russia. Nowadays, he has participated in the 2009 Ice All
Stars and the 2010 Festa On Ice in South Korea alongside Kim
Yu-Na and other world class figure skaters.
also ventured briefly into acting. He played the role of
"Sergei", a Russian dancer, in the 2000 ballet-themed
movie Center Stage.
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