Has a head and foot but no body?
The foot and the head are to two most warmest parts of your body.
Top: Foot Joint Middle: Body Bottom: Head Joint Insert the open end of the head joint into the left end of the body. Insert the right end of the foot joint into the other end of the body. Twist the Head Joint (holding the Body by the barrel) to align the center of the hole in the Head Joint with the center of the key work on the Body. Align the Foot Joint with the… Read More
Muscular foot, head, body
Head joint Body and Foot
head, body, foot
Head/Foot - Has sense organs and is used for mobility. Mantle - Covers the body mass and can secrete a shell in some species. Body - Contains the main organs. Located above the head/foot.
A head, a visceral mass, and a "foot."
The head joint, the body and the foot joint
head joint, body, and foot joint
Foot,visceral,mass and head
the head, the mantle, the shell and the foot
mouth foot head and legs
Three parts you can pass with are your inside of your foot, the outside of your foot and your head
The foot because your feet mostly be on the ground where insect mostly live at. foot because insects are on the ground
The three regions of the body of the Mollusk are the head-foot, the visceral mass, and the mantle-shell.
The most inferior part of the human body is the foot. The most superior is the head.
A snail's body is characterized by a soft body within a hard shell. The basic divisions of its body are the head, the viscera, and the foot. The head contains the brain and mouth supports the tentacles, two of which also serve as eyestalks. The viscera (organs) are almost all within the shell. The foot that provides movement extends from the shell, but both it and the head are connected to the shell by muscles… Read More
the parts of a flute are the head joint, the body joint and the foot joint and on the head joint there its something called the lip plate
head, foot, viceral mass, mantle.
The four main parts are the head the shell the mantle and the foot.
A flute has three parts: a head joint, body (middle), and foot joint.
I'd say 8-9 bodies, foot on head, but body height varies quite a lot
The flute is constructed by holdong the body (middle peice) in one hand then twist the head joint into place. Then twist in the foot joint into place. The keys on the body should line up with the rod on the foot joint.
Having a head foot and the fact that it has a soft body.
Head/Brain Foot Arm Leg Hand
· hair · hand · hamstring · head · heel of foot · hip · hip bone
No bird has a foot on its head.
Snails aren't arthropods, they're mollusks. They have the head foot, a muscular foot, and a shell. They don't have the characteristics of an arthropod (segmented body and jointed appendages).
the mouthpiece part is called the head joint the big pice is the body the smallest piece is the foot joint *Candycat*
The flute has 3 main parts: the head joint, the body joint, and the foot joint.
back chin knee face foot/feet gums hand head heal (of the foot) lips lung neck nose palm (of the hand) skin sole (of the foot) toes
A flute has 3 major pieces. These flute pieces are the head joint, the body joint, and the foot joint.
foot, hand, head, nose, hair, nail, knee, neck, lips.. etc.
A long shot is a camera shot where you can see the subject's full body (generally with some head/foot room)
No, molluscs do not have segmentation, although there are three body regions which are not considered segmentations; a head, visceral mass and the (muscular) foot.
Well I guess she would if she kicked you in the shins or stepped on your foot, or even squashed you against the fence with her body or head!!
Assuming you mean whilst it's still a word, there are various ways: Head Bead Beat Boat Boot Foot Head Mead Meat Moat Moot Foot
The middle section of a flute is called the body. Top end is the head joint and bottom end is the foot joint.
# Eyes # Legs # Arms # Knee # Foot # Head # Toes # Nail # Hand # Hair # Ears # Nose
There are three parts of the flute... The head joint, the body joint and the foot joint. It's constructed a lot like a human!
· hair · hand · hamstring · head · heart · heel of foot · hip · hip bone · humerus
Three ways to trap the ball as if was being passed to you is by the inside of your foot (absorbing the pressure from the pass), the outside of the foot, or from off of your body (i.e. chest, thigh, head etc.).
Hair, hand, hamstring, head, heart, heel of foot, hip, hip bone, humerus bone (arm) and hyoid bone (throat) are body parts.
No ......mollusks are not segmented,like insects....just their body is partitioned into head, foot, and visceral hump..........but one can't take it as segmentation.........
The glands present from head to foot in the human body are as: Pineal (head) Hypothalamus Pitutary Thyroid Parathyroid Thymus Adrenal Kideny Pancreas Intestine Ovary (in female) Testis (in male).
Ballet dancers need a strong lower body (foot and clalf) in order to be able to support their whole body on one foot and be able to dance on pointe. As for the upper body, they need to suck everything in, shoulders back, long neck, head high and long arms. Of course every dancer varies. Hope this helped :)
.433 pounds per square inch per foot of head
head, stomach,legs There are three divisions of the limbs, or the truncus arteriosus, of a frog, when dissecting the creature. These include the thigh, shank, and foot.
The body is washed in rose water then wrapped with a white cloth head to foot and then put in a coffin or just buried.
ears, eyes, nose, toes, hand, foot, bone, lung, lips, hair, head, knee, neck, arch