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nasion

[′nā·zē‚än]
(anthropology)
Midpoint of the nasofrontal suture.
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Right front passenger, clearance distances comparison, (research - NCAP) Increase in clearance (mm), Increase in clearance chest to dash (CD) (mm), nasion to windshield (HW) Chevrolet Malibu 116 70 Chevrolet Malibu 111 92 Toyota Highlander 140 146 Ford F-150 153 200 Mazda3 139 107 Honda Fit 108 149 Table 11.
We observed high significance with subnasale to gnathion in the ovoid facial form, whereas for the square form both subnasale to gnathion and nasion to subnasale were highly significant, and in square tapering form glabella to subnasale was also highly significant.
Then axial, coronal, and sagittal images, as well as 3D model, were reviewed to determine the location of rhinion and nasion.
During neck strength measurement, participants sat in an incline bench press chair with its back positioned vertically and participants positioned their head/neck in a neutral posture so that an imaginary line between and nasion and opisthion was horizontal (Strimpakos et al.
the sagittal plane, passing through the Nasion point, perpendicular to the chosen axial and coronal planes.
Ante todo, en el pensamiento de Cayo Topatito estaba la necesidad de defender la reputacion de los indios contra acusaciones de deslealtad por <<muchos que habran escrito sobre esta materia, y creo que los mas abran incriminado culpando en el todo a esta pobre nasion de desleales, no ciendo asi>>.
The study from the University of Bath, UK, finds that noses could be an even better method, as researchers scanned noses in 3D and characterised them by tip, ridge profile and the nasion, or area between the eyes.
La convexidad facial corresponde a la distancia en milimetros medida desde el punto A de Downs, ubicado en la zona mas concava de la linea que une la espina nasal anterior con la cresta del proceso alveolar superior, al plano facial, definido entre los puntos Nasion (N) y Pogonion (Pg) (Figura 1).
Martin (ver Rodriguez, 1994), que presenta algunas diferencias en cuanto a la altura facial superior (medida segun Martin de nasion a alveolare y no a prosthion) y al angulo nasomalar (medido entre frontomalarorbital y no en frontomalar anterior) de W.
130637), que padecia peligro inminente de "toda la comarca de las barbaras nasiones que asisten en el dicho Rio del 1 Norte alsadas, y en particular la nasion de los Sumas, con otras munchas 1 nasiones, las quales nos estaban esperando de gerra" (fols.
The high, narrow upper nasal opening, prominent nasal bones, with a depressed nasal root at nasion, and the presence of a strongly developed nasal sill are distinctly Caucasian.