throat opening

throat opening

In a steel doorframe, the opening between the backbends of the frame.
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UPPP, or UP3 This is a procedure that removes soft tissue in the back of the throat and palate, increasing the width of the airway at the throat opening. (UPPP stands for uvulopalatopharyngoplasty.) Mandibular/Maxillary Advancement Surgery The surgeon moves the jaw bone and face bones forward to make more room in the back of the throat.
The principal challenge to effective throat opening is this: our kinesthesia (sensory awareness) of throat space is misleading--in fact, it is exactly backward.
"The 'pop' is the Eustachian tube connecting your middle ear to the back of your throat opening, letting air through."
Also, the faster the screw turns, the more it tends to lift the material as the flight enters the throat opening. Unless there is some pressure to help gravity, the feed material may not have time to fall into the open channel for a complete fill.
The group stops Wednesday at the WOW Hall, with Ruby Throat opening.
Broaches are the push-type and can be used with any hand-operate arbor press or hydraulic press with adequate throat opening. The duMont Company, LLC
The result is a wider airway at the throat opening, but the procedure does not address any obstructions at the base of the tongue that may contribute to apnea.
The deflasher station has opposing cylinders and a wider base to provide a scrap throat opening double the size of typical takeaway systems.
When sawing thin strips for projects on a table saw, you run the danger that the strip's leading end will catch in the saw's metal throat opening as you push the wood through the blade.
The unit features a very large throat opening, labrynth shaft seals, outboard beatings, sanitary design and a smooth finished interior.
The disadvantage of this inductor location is that the throat opening is close to the minimum metal level, resulting in suspended oxides and sulfides being sucked into the throat where they remain as buildup.