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    aufrechter Gang

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    Der aufrechte Gang befreite die Hände des Menschen und ermöglichte die Benutzung von Werkzeugen.
    VerfasserSteffB (242743) 17 Mai 07, 19:06
    Vorschlagerect stance
    #1VerfasserCarola (236513) 17 Mai 07, 19:10
    Vorschlagwalking upright
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    Evolution: Library: Walking TallHuman bodies have a number of other adaptations to walking upright, as well. Our foot is specialized as a weight-bearing platform, with an arch that acts as ...
    www.pbs.org/wgbh/evolution/library/07/1/l_071_02.html - 28k -
    #2VerfasserHelmi (U.S.) (236620) 17 Mai 07, 19:11
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    I support Helmi.
    #3Verfasserwpr (236109) 17 Mai 07, 19:12
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    Wie sieht's mit upright gait und erect gait aus?
    #4Verfasserholger (236115) 17 Mai 07, 19:39
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    @ holger, not so hot, unless you have all three gaits - walk, trot and gallopp.- :-)
    #5VerfasserHelmi (U.S.) (236620) 17 Mai 07, 19:48
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    Upright posture
    Erection of the trunk is part of the locomotor repertoire of all primates, although many are normally quadrupedal in their resting postures and gaits. Humans and their hominid ancestors are the only primates who are, or were, habitual erect bipeds in whom the vertebral column is normally held vertically in both stance and gait.

    from Encyclopedia Britannica
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    Holger, I think "upright gait" might also be used sometimes. "Walking upright" is what sounds most familiar to me in this context as a layman. I'm not a scientist. It depends a little on who your audience is.

    Actually it's more common as a verb, like:

    Man is the only animal that walks exclusively upright.

    So, to make a noun out of this you use the gerund and get "walking upright". Voilà.
    #6Verfasserwpr (236109) 17 Mai 07, 20:20
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    Danke Euch allen!
    #7VerfasserSteffB (242743) 17 Mai 07, 21:02
     
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