What is bone articulation?
1. Endowed with the power of speech.
2. Composed of distinct, meaningful syllables or words, as human speech.
3. Expressing oneself easily in clear and effective language: an articulate speaker.
4. Characterized by the use of clear, expressive language: an articulate essay.
5. Anatomy Consisting of sections united by joints; jointed.
The Sphenoid (Sphenoidal Bone) this is why it is know as the keystone of the cranial floor *The sphenoid is not a facial bone, it is a cranial bone. There is no facial bone which 'articulates' with 'every other facial bone'. Articulation suggests jointed so sutures would make more sense & these sutures would be on all facial bones edges which knit them together
A What voiced consonant has the same place of articulation as t and the same manner of articulation as f?
The Goldman-Fristoe Test of Articulation has been one of the most widely used tests of articulation for many years. The test assesses articulation is words, sentences, and connected speech. It provides information about a child's articulation ability by sampling both spontaneous and imitative sounds. It measures articulation of consonant sounds and determines types of misarticulation. The Sounds-in-Words section is norm-referenced. The Sounds-in-Sentences and Stimulability sections are not norm-referenced.
Condyle is a rounded prominence at the end of a bone, most often used for articulation with another bone. Condyles can be found in numorous places in the body example: Knuckles TMJ ( Temporomandibular Joint/ aka Jaw) Vertebral Column In short, they can be found in both the axial and appendicular skeleton.
Articulation joints are tied at specific intervals and sealed with filler. In straight walls that do not have openings, the articulation joints must be at no more than six metre centres. They must not be closer than the height of the wall away from the corners. Where articulation joints are adjacent to a door or window a gap of 10 mm must be left between the edge of the frame and the brickwork.
In music dynamics are the loudness of softness of a note. Dynamics also refers to crescendos and decrescendos. Articulation is how much space the notes have between them. Shorter notes tend to have less space in between them and longer have less. The articulation is also how the notes are connected such as in groups of two or three notes. Accents are also parts of articulation. Basically the articulation depends on what genre the piece…