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the state or quality of being physically strong

effective means of influencing, compelling, or punishing

to force one's way into a place or situation

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The study looked for emotional 'leakage', particularly via those facial muscles, which are harder to control - particularly during stressful events or when great concentration is required to maintain a lie.
Technically, the drug prevents the contraction of facial muscles, which gives the face a more smooth appearance lasting for several months.
Steroids tablet will help you recover completely without any long- term problems with facial muscles.
Delaporte's historical argument connects the event of Duchenne's 1850s galvanization of the facial muscles with a history of physiological problems, dating back to the seventeenth century, whose influence on the study of emotions Duchenne rejected or overcame, leading him to establish in turn not just ciphers of a new and comprehensive theory of the emotions, but essential (and lasting) foundations.
It takes as few as five pairs of facial muscles to smile, but a big grin can use as all 53.
A French woman who two years ago became the first person to receive a face transplant has recovered with remarkably good aesthetic results and has gradually regained normal skin sensation and control of her facial muscles, the Washington Post reported.
It was all facial muscles, making that long space between the nose and upper lip.
It opens with an overview of the anatomy of the human head and facial muscles.
Using X-rays and specialized techniques, Locklear is able to find the proper alignment of the jaw and facial muscles and alleviate the pain.
Using a long telephoto lens to narrow the zone of focus, and spot metering the subject to expose the highlights along the side of the horse's face, I bring out the facial muscles and arteries, as well as the detail on the bridle, to convey a sense of power.
Watching the infant open his eyes and move his facial muscles is as complete a transcription of the mechanics of absorption as one could imagine, and the work is the closest that Fandell gets to that of Stanley Kubrick, whose similar use of a child and Richard Strauss's Also sprach Zarathustra (1896) in his cinematic masterpiece 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968) seems also set on joining visual enchantment to musical delight.
In addition, the product's facial expression enhancements are keyed to a complete set of facial muscles, rather than just one feature.
A tiny, shy kiss exercises only 12 facial muscles, but a long, emotional one needs a full-blooded effort by 29 facial muscles.
While Botox paralyzes facial muscles completely by stopping nerve signals that tell muscles to contract, AH-3 merely interferes with the signals.
Facial muscles let you smile, blink, chew, and talk.