In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- These children also often have special facial features, cardiac defects and cleft anomalies that often make their speech hypernasal.
- Toe and cleft ulceration developed de novo in patients treated with four layer compression bandaging for venous ulceration.
- Mostly, he saw Bert's fists moving rhythmically, seeming inexorably drawn to Marlon's cleft chin like magnets drawn to metal.
- She had his sharp nose and round face with the cleft chin.
- The septal deviation may be so severe that it partially or completely obstructs the nasal passage on the cleft side.
- Feelings of fear, guilt, resentment, inadequacy, shame, and grief are common among parents and family members of babies born with cleft deformities.
- It can help to discuss the problems with people who have had similar experiences or by having access to psychological support available from specialist cleft teams.
- Advances in neonatology and pediatric anesthesia now have made it possible to perform cleft repair surgery during the neonatal period.
- The British Museum is in a bit of a cleft stick over Africa.
- Many orthopedic conditions, just like dimples or cleft chins, are just normal variations of human anatomy that don't require treatment.
- Latham advocates lateral maxillary advancement on the cleft side using presurgical orthopedic treatment prior to lip repair.
- He said that hair lip and cleft palette ran in his family.
- The accessible cleft volume is reduced by an additional third to 0.051% due to the occupation of this space by protein.
- Painted five years earlier, the nine children of Friedrich Wilhelm Paul Leopold of Schleswig-Holstein each shared the dark eyes and cleft chin of their father.
- One previous project was the Smile Campaign, which gave reconstructive surgery to children with cleft palettes and those with burns.
- Preoperative diagnosis of ectopic thymic tissue is rare; most cases are clinically misinterpreted as branchial cleft remnants or cystic hygromas.
- And born with severely bowed legs and cleft feet, he walked with metal braces.
- A member of the craniofacial team introduces the new parents to the parent-to-parent network available to parents of infants with cleft deformities.
- He prefers the Teifi coracle because he likes working with cleft wild woods such as willow, hazel and ash rather than pre-sawn materials.
- A second patient brought mobile phone images of his partner's episodic natal cleft rash, which had defied GP and dermatological diagnosis for 3 years.
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- Somewhat protected from the ravaging winds of the bay is the area known as Carmel Valley, a cleft in the hills that still gets its share of marine coolness.
- It felt as if they took most of the night to reach the little green stream in the cleft of the valley, but Bligh knew it was no more than twenty minutes.
- Suddenly we were standing three hundred feet up, in a cleft in the vertical valley wall, looking out onto the Upper Grose Valley.
- We ate lunch above the east fork of Coal Wash before dropping into the deep gorge via a tricky cleft in the cliff.
- It is said that this water came from the cleft in the cliffs at Kovalam.
- As I stop, crouching behind a tree to conceal myself, my foot dislodges some loose soil to reveal a deep, narrow cleft between two rocks.
- The plates are separated below by an angular cleft, the pterygoid fissure, the margins of which are rough and articulate with the pyramidal process of the palatine.
- The gypsy chief led the way through a stand of trees to a cleft in the mountain, a clearing of flat gray rock overlooking a deep forested valley.
- A thin cleft in the rock split the ridge like a wound.
- Where the sky would be is a uniform grayish blank, which defines both the far horizon (the ridge line) and the uppermost cleft of the rock with one long, graceful curve.
- In others the coast is worn and cut by deep clefts.
- There is an early legend that swallows and swifts hibernated in caves or clefts in the rocks.
- The kraal had been ripped asunder, and the ground within the rock cleft and by the cave entrance was littered with dead sheep.
- One photogenic house turned out to be set in a cleft of hills so steep that it felt half-buried; several others had been sold months before.
- Rhinopomatids live in treeless arid regions and roost in caves, rock clefts, wells, houses, and pyramids.
- You plunge into a winding cleft whose strata swirl across cliffs like a serrated knife through butter.
- These roadless hills have always been a refuge for rogues and reivers, a lawless area in times past where cattle-rustlers would hide their stolen beasts in secret clefts and hollows.
- Its northern opening was located in a small cleft in the hillside at the bottom of an arroyo within eyeshot of the Texas border.
- He also noticed, growing out of a cleft in a rock in front of him, a strawberry plant with one ripe berry.
- Several large, speckled stingrays ducked out of the current in small clefts in the channel wall.
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