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He immediately returned the gesture, opening his mouth and subtly but distinctly moving his tongue.
She paused, opening her mouth to sneeze, and stuck out her arms as if to gather strength to fight it back.
Symptoms vary and depend on the specific cause of the mouth ulcer.
And only to slip my tongue into the slot of your mouth.
The government is running the economy from hand to mouth.
The digestive process begins before food even enters the mouth.
As it turned out, when the subjects watched a mouth move, the part of their brain responsible for controlling their mouth lit up.
From behind her, a beefy brute with a scar on his cheek clamps a meaty hand over her mouth.
The scent of garlic sizzling in a skillet always makes your mouth water.
Clinical trials reveal that a drug designed to fight dry mouth also reduces the spread of lung-cancer tumors.
In the adjunct world, as in every realm of academics, word of mouth helps.
It will simply pack up and move wholesale to areas not being run by drooling mouth breathers.
The golden flan, kissed with port, melts in your mouth.
Take a closer look at something you might put in your mouth a few times a day.
They are painless but can be bothersome because you are so aware of the bumps in your mouth.
One end of an anemone's body is attached to or dug into the seafloor, while the other hosts a mouth surrounded by tentacles.
Cells that recognize these flavors reside in taste buds located on the tongue and the roof of the mouth.
Its mouth is frozen in an expression that displays a few worn, chipped teeth.
Pop the ripe fruits in your mouth fresh off the plant.
Take a deep drag off the cigarette and hold the smoke in the back of your mouth.
In addition, humans breathe through their mouth or nose and the brain controls that critical function, so breathing would stop.
Blossoms are chalice shaped, flaring at the mouth into two unequal lips, the lower one larger than the upper.
However, if a mouth guard doesn't work, your dentist may recommend orthodontics to help re-align your teeth.
They are large-bodied and display a mouthful of sharp teeth that protrude in all directions, even when the mouth is shut.
Now pop one of the jellybeans into your mouth and chew, without letting go of your nose.
The tongue eventually atrophies and the louse replaces it in the fish's mouth.
And unlike shortenings and artificial fats, butter does literally melt in the mouth.
If this technique fails, open their mouth and look for obstructing objects.
The mouth is the origination of the digestive tract.
The stunned fish is then pulled into the sea anemone's hidden mouth.
Every cry they hear, a bottle goes in their mouth to shut them up.
Each one has a little cup with a mouth and a ring of tentacles.
And swishing and swirling wine across your palate definitely makes the mouth feel good.
It uses echolocation to scan for aerial plankton, which it scoops into its enormous mouth.
Not a single dog yawned when confronted with a simple open-and-close of the mouth.
Go all the way underwater with one end of the pipe in your mouth and the other out of the water.
He was stung all over his body by the jellyfish, including in his mouth.
Stranger still, many of the plaque-dwelling species are normally found in the mouth or gut.
When the beak closes, the edge of the drop closest to the mouth shoots even closer while the other edge stays put.
Say, for instance, that someone in an argument starts to foam at the mouth.
Slurping the spaghetti strand into your mouth applies kinetic energy.
Hand, foot and mouth disease is a common childhood illness.
If you keep your mouth shut, you are unlikely to stir up controversy.
It lived in warm lakes and ate fish with its toilet seat mouth.
One customer, sniffing a shallot, announced that if you rub garlic on your feet you can taste it in your mouth.
Another kind eats algae that have built up around the ray's mouth.
Not on price: the rates on its savings accounts and mortgages hardly make the mouth water.
Water droplets form, however, on tiny hydrophilic areas at the peaks of the bumps and roll down to the beetle's mouth.
Clear, plastic retainers created with three-dimensional modeling may spell an end to the proverbial metal mouth.
The dinosaur's oddest feature was a broad, straight-edged muzzle, which allowed its mouth to work close to the ground.
The cashier popped and cracked the small pink stash of gum in her mouth.
The arrows in the photo show the creases of the mouth in the inner layer, which are softer than those etched in the top layer.
Here's a quick list of the film's food highlights to get your mouth watering.
It vibrates really fast, and has an interval timer so you clean each part of your mouth evenly, and that's about it.
For all the advancements in dentistry these days, someone still has to reach into your mouth and do unpleasant things.
They would have to put their money where their mouth is, and run clinical trials to prove the claims.
He's not only a writer but also an artist who draws commissions with his mouth.
She tilted her head back and let the water run into her mouth.
We've flavored dishes for every course of the meal with this exquisitely mouth-puckering citrus.
The pharynx is that part of the digestive tube which is placed behind the nasal cavities, mouth, and larynx.
Who has no money in his purse must have honey in his mouth.
He must have plenty of butter who would stop everybody's mouth.
When the mouth is but slightly opened, as during ordinary conversation, the movement is confined to the lower of the two joints.
Word of mouth may send you to that world, as may reviews.
Nearly all of our students come from word-of-mouth referrals from other students or their employers.
Hand-foot-mouth disease is a relatively common infection viral infection that usually begins in the throat.
Use a soft-bristled brush that fits the size and shape of your mouth.
Leukoplakia are patches on the tongue, in the mouth, or on the inside of the cheek that occur in response to long-term irritation.
Breath odor is the scent of the air you breathe out of your mouth.
Milia occur when dead skin becomes trapped in small pockets at the surface of the skin or mouth.
If possible, brush the teeth or rinse the mouth with water after eating these foods.
The whale shark's flattened head sports a blunt snout above its mouth with short barbels protruding from its nostrils.
If you chomped into this mouth-watering meal, your taste buds would never trust you again.
Next, ask students to form the watershed by gradually leveling the clay so that it leads to the mouth of their river.
As it spins, the manta uses flaps on the side of its head to scoop plankton and water toward its mouth.
Gently grasping an egg in her mouth, she rolls it on her tongue, feeling for signs of life.
These orcas are essentially left with a diseased mouth.
For one thing, it's been all about the tongue, that exposed sensory muscle lying limp in our mouth.
Food commercials have an advantage-if you make the product look mouth-watering, it will sell.
If you put a boat fender out on a rope, he'd hold it in his mouth and play tug-of-war, gently enough not to destroy the fender.
He pulled the intestines out of the dog and started stomping the dog until blood came out of his mouth.
Your stomach isn't there, and your mouth is dry, and your hands are wet with perspiration.
The brook's mouth was a convenient salt marsh, where the colonists could anchor their boats.
Word of mouth has prompted skepticism as well as admiration.
After a couple of taps on the screen, he strolls up to the counter and asks for one of the bakery's mouth-watering brioches.
Critics argue that the government's hand-to-mouth policymaking is self-defeating, and illustrates its general lack of planning.
New imaging techniques are helping scientists see what s really going on in your mouth.
Most tests require collecting cells by swabbing saliva in the mouth and sending it to the company for testing.
Mack says the mouthpieces don't shift around excessively during play because they are molded to a player's mouth.
Sniffing is controlled in part by cranial nerves in the soft palate, the tissue lining the back of the roof of the mouth.
Elderly people should, when they are driving, have something in their mouth.
The only method of advertising known to the ancients was the word of mouth.
She steps into it with a worried look in her eyes and her mouth firmly set.
It tastes thick and fills your mouth the way down fills a pillow.
As the reader notes, even sort of a physical resemblance, in the mouth and eyes.
He made hand gestures to ask for things, but the words that swam around in his head could not come out of his mouth.
Consider the viscosity, how it feels on the roof of your mouth.
In the absence of a pump, the user could stick the tube in his mouth and suck to apply pressure.
Salt pigs feature a wide mouth for easy access and ensure your salt is dust- and stray-food free.
They explode in the mouth with a pleasingly juicy pop.
Once in your mouth, a truffle's flavor blossoms, awakening taste buds you never knew you had.
To eat the garlic, crush a clove lightly against the roof of your mouth.
It's one thing to be aware of what you put in your mouth.
There's a happy groove in this dining room filled with arty locals and people there on word-of-mouth recommendations.
They need to get rid of the ever-growing number of excess chocolates, and the mouth is the obvious place to stash them.
He contorts his mouth and tightens his lips, but the result is more of a grimace than anything else.
Among their many mouth watering qualities, the best part about sheep's milk cheeses are their versatility.
It took forever for that waxy feeling on the roof of my mouth to go away.
Dental researchers are making significant strides in identifying the microorganisms that colonize the mouth.
As they say, this one is straight from the horse's mouth.
They do this because nitrogen forms smaller bubbles giving the drink a smoother, creamier mouth feel.
Why keep your mouth closed and leave everyone wondering, when you can open it and remove all doubt.
If not, you should put your mouth on the tailpipe of an idling bus and breathe deeply.
If her shaking varies with ball-in-mouth vs sans-ball, this may be a factor.
News of them has spread by word of mouth, and interested communities have come forward and asked to participate.
Why don't you put your mouth on the tailpipe of an idling bus and take a deep breath.
The first night on the ward, however, she had been found foaming at the mouth and unconscious.
Another dimension might be the size of food particles an animal could fit in its mouth.
The way it keeps having to stop for breath and lick its lips makes me wonder if it has a problem with its mouth or throat.
The swarm was so dense he had to suck bees into his mouth and chew them to get any air.
Their venom is a potent defensive weapon, but it's also completely useless if it lands on the skin or even in the mouth.
In order to make lunge-feeding work, you have to have a really big mouth to capture enough water in one gulp.
Once the prey is caught, long muscles pull the tongue back into the mouth.
Its sucking mouth will draw out congested blood and maintain circulation until the patient's body creates new blood-flow channels.
They also produce an array of consonants by partially obstructing airflow within the mouth.
Domestic dogs do so from time to time, and they end up stumbling about and frothing at the mouth.
Twenty-nine dogs observed a human yawning or making control mouth movements.
Morning breath comes mostly from bacteria that live in the mouth.
We also gave her strict instructions to read the ingredients of any drugstore purchase she planned to put in her mouth.
Our muscles in the mouth, tongue, and throat must all twitch in carefully timed choreography.
When fixing on the nose or nostrils or the mouth, the effect is much dampened and all look pretty ordinary.
It feeds through suction, relying on a rush of water to carry its prey into its open mouth.
They produce nutritious nectar that the tree-shrews can only reach if they position their backsides over the mouth of the pitcher.
Vowel sounds and sibilant consonants slide out of my mouth, shapeless and inchoate even to my close collaborator.
Stepping back, he puts the gun in his mouth and pulls the trigger.
Though he never starved, he lived a genteel version of a hand-to-mouth existence.
Even the smell sticks my tongue to the roof of my mouth.
The result is about as close to word-of-mouth as marketing can get.
It might be random sores and ulcers, on the tongue or in the mouth.
The fat clings to the roof of my mouth with the oleaginous insistence of dentist's wax.
Every time she talks a different truth comes out of her mouth.
Every few minutes one of them pulls out his clay-stuffed trunk and aspirates it into his mouth.
Whenever a curse word slips out of my mouth, he hits it and the curse magically disappears.
The important thing is that she keeps her mouth shut, that she denies everything.
On another occasion, he put his pipe in his mouth as he was ascending the subway steps.
But pay attention to what's coming out of his mouth and you may be pleasantly surprised.
And then her eyes widened and she covered her mouth, as if she'd momentarily forgotten she was on camera.
If your star gets defaced there, they're probably not using their mouth.
By the time he's finished, he's barely breathing, the words are tumbling from his mouth so quickly.
They have been drawn there by tour guides, travel books, or word of mouth.
He had the body of a wrestler, and a long thick face, with a mouth slightly open and a protruding lower lip.
When she was not smoking, or shouting at the police, she kept putting the gun to her throat or into her mouth.
For a comedian, it was mouth-watering meltdown, ripe for impersonation.
In the cold indoors, puffs came from their mouth when they breathed.
When she's feeling despairing, she goes to eddies at the mouth of the river and tries to comb the water apart with her fingers.
After all, there's only so much you can shove into your mouth when one hand is on the wheel and the other is holding a cigarette.
She leaned toward him, close enough to see some white powder from the rice cakes stuck to the corners of his mouth.
He had a weird growth along his dorsal fin, and that gape-mouth grimace you see in older fish.
Sometime later that day, he shot himself in the mouth with a hunting rifle.
He has a prominent forehead and a fine mouth and chin.
The bitter tang of cordite and blood mingles in his mouth.
But all of these heirlooms are evenly deep-hued and luscious on the inside, as crimson and soft as mouth flesh.
Her nose was as long as an anteater's, and her wide mouth as jarring to the eye as a raw red scar on her olive skin.
It is dismaying to learn that the human mouth is a cesspool.
The bursting of the cells fills your mouth with juice.
She'd shaken her head in frustration, and her mouth had turned down.
They live in near-constant silence, stoically bearing the drudgery of their hand-to-mouth existence.
My ears, my mouth, my heart and mind all instantly opened.
One surgical team performed mouth-to-mouth resuscitation.
If you ate something while standing near her, she stared at it going into your mouth.
Here is what happens when you stick your head in an alligators mouth.
If you are taking the chewable tablets you can allow them to melt in your mouth or you can chew them before swallowing.
It also would have been too big to put in your mouth.
That's partly physical: her pretty mouth naturally turns down.
If you're not up to flinging yourself into the cave mouth with nothing but a parachute between you and oblivion, no matter.
Practical steps to take if your mouth or throat hurts during chemotherapy.
Dry mouth treatment will depend on what is causing the problem.

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