pogonion

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the craniometric point that is the most forward-projecting point on the anterior surface of the chin

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But certainly from a mental point of view we can take good confidence from it, in that we now know we can compete if we perform well.
She added: "It took me from being a normal teenager to someone who needed to do everything again - and that was from a physical point of view, "From a mental point of view in some ways it didn't change me but going through something like that has to.
The mental point of view is different because a final is always a different game.
That tournament [Indian Wells ATP Masters] win is very special for me from a mental point of view, because I struggled throughout the whole tournament, did not play on a very high level, had to fight back in many matches from set down," Djokovic said.
Ozil, Luka and Kaka both behind Higuain was a new problem that they couldn't solve with ten men, so we deserve credit for that and after the two goals, I know about Old Trafford, I know what is Sir Alex Ferguson as a leader what he can do to his team by the mental point of view, so I could guess that by the end of the match would be what we had".
For them to know they now have to bat out a day can sometimes be quite tough, from a mental point of view.
Morkel believes the break was good for every one in the team from a mental point of view, and praised coach Gary Kirsten for working beautifully with the squad.
The inactivity of the mind and body makes the person inactive, which from the mental point of view leads to a reduction of intellectual functions, accelerating the cognitive impairment (NERI, 1993).
It s important to prepare not just from a tactical but from a mental point of view," South Africa coach Corrie van Zyl said.
The secret in early preparations for Ramadan, as Mohammad Ali, sociologist and economic expert, says: Egyptians are not prepared, from a mental point of view, to accept any sacrifice in their deep-rooted traditions in Ramadan.
The center of the mental protuberance is called the mental point.
At this level the mental point is really important,' she said.
Worthington said: 'This is possibly the biggest game we have had in the last four weeks from a mental point of view.
From a mental point of view, children or adolescents who have only sports as the entire focus of their lives are not well rounded.