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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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Post-surgery, the child was monitored closely and after five months of physio-therapy, he was finally able to regain control over his facial muscles.
15 It is the third most common muscular dystrophy involving the facial muscles resulting in a characteristic clinical appearance that may contribute to reduced facial wrinkles.
The phenotype for HCFP1 family is an asymmetric, mostly bilateral, weakness of facial muscles with a penetrance of 95%.
The study also reveals that our facial muscles contract to form the "not face" at the same frequency at which we speak or sign words in a sentence.
A 27-year-old Iranian woman referred to the authors' electrodiagnostic department with severe facial muscles atrophy causing cosmetic problems and avoidance of social activities.
Physical examination also revealed bilateral weakness of the facial muscles including orbicularis oris, orbicularis oculi, frontalis, and corrugator supercilii.
Researchers have so far analysed and concluded, that when an individual uses facial muscles around the eyes as well as the mouth to smile, the smile can be deemed as genuine.
The aims of the present study were (i) to examine the effect of exercise intensity on EMG activity of two facial muscles and to examine whether EMG activity reflects the perception of effort as well as involved muscle activity during incremental workload cycling exercise and (ii) to determine the correlations between EMG activity of corrugator supercilii (CS) muscle (associated with frowning), that of the masseter muscle (associated with chewing), that of the vastus lateralis (VL) muscle, HR and RPE during incremental workload cycling exercise.
Twelve months after the first stage of a cross-facial nerve graft, we found that the voluntary movements of her facial muscles had returned.
The second experiment was used to determine whether the different emotional quality of the two vowels can be traced back to the movements of the facial muscles associated with their articulation.
The researchers discovered that the subjects mostly used the same facial muscles to express the 15 new emotions-showing that they're probably biological, like the old six.
They may have difficulty eating and their whole appearance may be affected with sagging facial muscles that make them look older.
In the resulting 5,000 images, they painstakingly tagged prominent landmarks for facial muscles, such as the corners of the mouth or the outer edge of the eyebrow.
The theory is these giant cotton bud looking things stimulate your facial muscles and turn your chops from flumpy to perky.
Botox works by temporarily paralysing the facial muscles into which it is injected, so they can no longer move or 'frown'.