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When a muscle contracts in order to hold parts of the body steady and maintain a safe or stable position, it is acting as a A. agonist. B. antagonist. C. fixator. D. synergist.
When a muscle contracts in order to hold parts of the body steady and maintain a safe or stable position, it is acting as FIXATOR.
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