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The type of joint that allows the greatest degree of movement is the _______ joint. A. ball-and-socket B. hinge C. saddle D. gliding
The type of joint that allows the greatest degree of movement is the ball-and-socket joint.
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The type of joint that allows the greatest degree of movement is the ball-and-socket joint.
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