He looked pleased; pleased, and touched with ap- prehension
at the same time.
A well-developed tail having been formed in an aquatic animal, it might subsequently come to be worked in for all sorts of purposes, as a fly-flapper, an organ of prehension
, or as an aid in turning, as with the dog, though the aid must be slight, for the hare, with hardly any tail, can double quickly enough.
For example, the instantaneous cursor position depicted by the star in Figure 2(b) is on the edge of the potential well for the palmer prehension
(PP) grasp (Figure 2(d)).
Abstract: An adult female Chinese goose (Anser cygnoides) presented with a ventral displacement of the hyoid apparatus, associated with distension of the intermandibular sublingual space and of the gular skin, causing difficulties with prehension
and deglutition of food and water.
The timing of the reconstructive process should ideally start before the development of prehension
Les ennemis d'hier, qu'il denonce avec sa gouaille outranciere, deviendront les amis du jour ; l'important c'est d'arriver a ses fins, quels que soient les moyens utilises, parmi lesquels la prehension
de la barbichette des uns par les autres semble etre le plus efficace.
1992) The contributions of peripheral vision and central vision to prehension
Indispensable response, responsibility, when the Other approaches, stands in place of prehension
or comprehension of relation.
In 1818, Peter Ballif, a Berlin dentist, first gave the upper extremity prosthesis prehension
control with a shoulder harness and a chest strap.
The authors then link normal development to clinical implementations and the functional outcome of these, in areas like locomotion and prehension
and hafting traces on flint tools: a methodology, xx+274 pages, 289 figures, 204 plates, CD-ROM with tables.
The tests cover a variety of skills, including applied mathematics, reading com prehension
and other essential work skills.