Actually, both males and females have Adam's apples (which is just the thyroid cartilage). The only difference is that men's thyroid cartilages are more pronounced so they can be easily seen, but to find it on a woman you would have to feel for it.Adam's AppleMen have an Adam's apple because their larynx (also called the "voice-box"), which contains the vocal cords is larger in men than in women. It is actually the thyroid cartilage, which makes up a part of the larynx, that protrudes from the front of the neck forming the familiar "Adam's apple.'
No. The Adam's apple is really the larynx, which all humans have.
no girls do not have Adams apples only boys do
Yes, women can have adams apples, but they are smaller then mens!They do it's just not as visible as men'sYes.The "Adam's Apple" is the cartilage of the larynx located on the front of the throat. It is more prominent in men but women have them too.
NO girl dogs do not have Adams apples
Yes, females do have Adam's Apples, however, they are unseen.
No, Unless you have Down Syndrome
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Anima Misa has: Played Aba Appiah in "Love Brewed in the African Pot" in 1981. Played Theresa Bosomfield in "Heritage Africa" in 1989. Played Corri in "Ama" in 1991. Played Mrs. Adams in "Adams Apples" in 2011. Played Mrs. Adams in "Adams Apples: Chapter 1" in 2011.
John Adam knew how many apples he had by counting them. John Adams was the second president of the United States.
It makes their voices have a lower pitch than girls.
she doesnt have one because she is female and only males have Adams apples
girls and guys have Adam's apples.
The Adams apple is more prominent in men,to to disquish the difference from the female.
No. John Adams was married and had 6 children with is wife. His oldest son John Q Adams was also married with a large family. History doesn't report on how these men felt about other men, but it is safe to assume they liked and married women.
It is impossible.
The sentence is in passive voice. To make it active voice, put a subject first, make "peeled and quartered" the verb, and apples the object.The women peeled and quartered the apples.The men peeled and quartered the apples.I peeled and quartered the apples.She (or He) peeled and quartered the apples.
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