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  • Mendelsohn Maneuver

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    Stated uses: The Mendelsohn Maneuver is a swallowing technique used to increase the upper esophageal sphincter (UES) opening and used to normalize the time of the pharyngeal swallow. This technique helps to elevate the larynx and open the esophagus during swallowing(Carrau, 2006). Population: The Mendelsohn Maneuver is implemented on individuals with reduced laryngeal movement and discoordinated swallow (Carrau, 2006).

  • Super Elevations

    550 Words  | 3 Pages

    the vehicle weight would balance the centrifugal force¹. In the real world we have friction and cannot afford to build the extremely steep slope of ˜30º every time we need an off ramp or horizontal curve. In order for the operator to comfortably maneuver a curve there are several variables that must be accounted for, the radius of the curve, friction and velocity. Radius length may depend on sight distance and right of way, or property lines as well as sight distance. Friction depends on the surface

  • Sun, Sand, Sea, Magic

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    are your mid-sized shapes ranging in height from seven feet up to nine feet. Easier to learn on because of the extra length, yet more cumbersome to turn and maneuver. The long boards are nine feet and longer. Long boards are slow and smooth, catching waves easier because of the longer planning ability. Long boards are the slowest to maneuver and handle quickly, because of their larger more cumbersome size. There are also different fin configurations to consider. A single fin is easier to control

  • Justice Brennan's Opinion in Texas v. Johnson

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    limitations on expression: preventing disturbance of the peace and protecting the flag as "a symbol of nationhood and national unity." The Court deemed that the first qualification was not subject to the O'Brien test, and that the second was a direct maneuver to limit expression. The Court first showed that Johnson's action did not classify as either "breaching the peace," or as "fighting words." Thus, the circumstances must be evaluated to determine whether or not the motive for the action was to

  • Response to the Front Kick

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    LINE Training 2 – Response to the Front Kick The purpose of this document is to provide the reader with a clear explanation of the maneuvers contained in Series 2 of Marine Corps LINE Training. LINE stands for Linear Infighting Neuro-override Engagement. It is based on the principle of using the brain’s involuntary reactions to traumatic injury to gain an advantage over an opponent. Despite its brutality, the technique is intended only to be used for self-defense. All LINE tactics begin with a quick

  • Terrorism: What is it, and how can it be prevented?

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    then infringing on their privacy should not be a big offense. Additionally, I think we should allow latitude on racial profiling. For example, when the Middle Eastern men wanted instruction in the flight simulator, to specifically learn how to “maneuver a passenger airline” a light should have gone off in someone’s head asking “Why?” Our borders need to be more strictly regulated. We need to control immigration, to help hinder terrorism. We also need to stop being so politically correct, and “get

  • The Price of Mercy in Hamlet

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    which results in Laertes' death with his own poisoned weapon has been fought over for centuries as to its accuracy, believability and execution, yet it has seldom been performed correctly on stage. There is one way that Shakespeare intended this maneuver to be performed, however, in a way that both facilitates the switch with the weapons of Shakespeare's own time, and gives clarity to Hamlet's character and his actions. The most important concept to understand in dealing with the 'sword switch'

  • Descriptive Essay - The Local Golf Course

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    Our town is notable for having several interesting golf courses. For those residents whose interests lie in other pursuits, those courses are a waste of large quantities of otherwise useful space that could be better used to construct another mall or store. For the golf enthusiasts among us, however, the preponderance of courses is a delightful benefit of living in this otherwise uninteresting locale, where the only saving grace is the plentiful supply of interesting people. The golf course is

  • Bilateral Shoulder Dislocation from Weight Lifting

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    While doing seated behind-the-neck military presses, a young man of 22 years, experienced bilateral anterior dislocation of the shoulders. He came into the emergency department complaining of acute bilateral shoulder stiffness and pain. He claimed to have been performing behind-the-neck military presses with a 108-lb (50kg) weight while being spotted by a training partner. While performing the military presses, he suddenly felt that his shoulders were going out of place, and lost control of the bar

  • Humming Birds

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    Hummingbirds in Flight Hummingbirds are fascinating birds that are always fun to watch. These birds are able to hover in mid-air, dart from side to side, go straight up or down, or even backwards. They can out-fly and out-maneuver birds hundreds of times their size. There are many factors that contribute to the hummingbirds’ ability to fly so easily through the air. A hummingbird’s wings are shaped so that they are slightly rounded on the top. Bernoulli’s Principle explains why this helps the bird