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  1. ... readily conform to it, and that a passage between the tongue, palate, and alveolar border can be readily formed by ... that the rugse and other irregularities of the palatal surface of the mouth may be ... the tongue to change the bolus of food from one part of the mouth ...
  2. NLM Digital Collections - Human physiology (Volume 1) 
    Publication: Philadelphia : Lea and Blanchard, 1850
    ... Previous to this, the pendulous veil of the palate had been applied to the base of the tongue. The bolus now raises it to the hori- zontal position: ... which the liquid has to be extracted. The tongue is likewise applied, ... surface and the palate. The fluid, no longer compressed equally by the ...
  3. ... ENGLISH PRONUNCIATION. the breaths a space is left between the tongue and the palate for the breath to issue, which forms the ... and at a somewhat greater distance from the palate, which occasions a fuller ... the tongue between the fore teeth, pressing it against the upper ...
  4. ... is attached to the border of the hard palate, while the other vibrates between the pharynx and the tongue. The voice, therefore, as it issues from the ...
  5. ... is attached to the border of the hard palate, while the other vibrates between the pharynx and the tongue. The voice, therefore, as it issues from the ...
  6. NLM Digital Collections - Human physiology (Volume 1) 
    Publication: Philadelphia : Carey & Lea, 1832
    ... Previous to this, the pendulous veil of the palate has been applied to the base of the tongue. The bolus now raises it to the horizontal position ; the ...
  7. NLM Digital Collections - Human physiology (Volume 1) 
    Publication: Philadelphia : Lea and Blanchard, 1844
    ... Previous to this, the pendulous veil of the palate had been applied to the base of the tongue. The bolus now raises it to the horizontal position : the ...
  8. ... amygdala, a mass of mucous follicles. The opening between the base ofthe tongue below, the velum of the palate above, and the pillars lateral- ly, is called ...
  9. NLM Digital Collections - Human physiology (Volume 1) 
    Publication: Philadelphia : Carey, Lea, and Blanchard, 1838
    ... Previous to this, the pendulous veil of the palate had been applied to the base of the tongue. The bolus now raises it to the horizontal position: the ...
  10. ... amygdala, a mass of mucous follicles. The-opening between the base of the tongue below, the velum of the palate above, and the pillars laterally, is called the ...
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