Yes. Spinal Cord injury doesn't affect anything below the level of injury. For instance, a C4 injury would result in loss of feeling and movement from the shoulders down. Any higher would impact breathing. But facial expressions and speech are usually unaffected, although speech can be temporarily affected by the presence of a ventilator, in the case of a high injury. What you may be thinking of is locked-in syndrome, a rare condition caused by a brain-stem stroke, where everything is affected besides the eyes.
Serial analysis of gene expression, or SAGE, allows scientists to study the expressions of many genes at once. The technique uses a sequencing machine and a computer to match the genetic tags to a database.
If you are still peeing the bed at this age, you need to make sure you parents know. Your doctor may be able to help you with this.
without it we would not be able to see the cells of plants and animals therefor life and bacteria will still be a mystery.
You are able to still breathe because of the air ducts in the school. The air is cycled through these ducts, this renews the air in the classroom.
Methods used to successfully forge biometric input have included using a jelly copy of a finger with the fingerprint embedded on it and using a photograph of an individual in place of their face for a facial scan. The better biometric devices will incorporate methods to prevent these types of methods from succeeding, but both these two methods and others have been demonstrated as still working on some biometric authentication devices still on the market. There is also the potential problem of "splicing". Some formats for smart cards sign each piece of information separately, so an attacker can steal the legitimate signed identity of another user and splice it into his own biometric information. To combat this, better smart cards sign the entire set of data including both the user identity and their biometric information.
facial expressions, body language, posture, eye contact and levels.
The idiom "written all over your face" means being able to tell what a person is thinking and feeling just by looking at his or her facial expressions. Often, the person's words are untrue but others can tell this by looking at the other person's body language and facial expressions.
Good levels eg crouching and standing. No movement (a tableau is a 'frozen picture') Still eyes Clear theme Good facial expressions (make them over dramatic) Standing so the audience is able to have a clear view of your face.
They will not be able to move.
His character, Jack Branning, is paralyzed. He is undergoing treatment in order to be able to walk again for his wedding with Ronnie.
No because if it can not move it will not be able to feed itself.
First body language is natural and a part of communication.You cannot afford to stand still while wording a speech,some relevant movements must occur such as maintaining the eye contact,moving your hands and also using facial expressions. Next is that it is used in most cases to vent out nervousness.By moving around you get accustomed to the fact that a lot of people are waiting to learn from you. Also used to emphasize a point.This can be through the use of hands and gestures. Used to clarify points.Since you as the speaker wants to get the audience to understand you,one is needed to use gestures and also facial expressions to make a point become well understood. Finally is that body language is used to attract attention,Through the use of eye contact,movements,gestures and also facial expressions the speaker is able to make the audience listen to him and not be drawn away by any distractions.
Yes Stephen Hawking is almost completely paralyzed. He is only able to communicate via a voice synthesizer that he control with his cheek (one of the only body parts he can still move)
Yes, he was a Harvard grad. He came down with polio in 1921 and was able still run for office. He was paralyzed from the waist down and used a wheelchair and leg braces. This was not seen much in pictures.
just ask him....you should know him by now.......read his facial expresions when you ask him.....you ought to be able to tell.
Usually when a girl responds by laughing it is because she is delighted with what you have done. If she laughs because she thinks what you have done is odd, you should be able to tell from the type of laugh, her facial expression, and her body language. If you have difficulty interpreting other people's facial expressions you may want to talk to your family doctor as this can indicate a problem with how you process information.
Your mom lied, that guy's not your real father your real father is native American and they can't grow beards