root position


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root position

n
(Music, other) music the vertical distribution of the written notes of a chord in which the root of the chord is in the bass. See position12a, inversion5a
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The present article reports a case series of 2 cases of apical fenestration in necrotic immature permanent teeth associated with apical periodontitis and mucosal breakdown where the soft and hard tissue defects were successfully treated by orthodontic correction of abnormal tooth root position that eventually led to closure of fenestration followed by regenerative endodontic management of immature root apex with apical periodontitis.
The limitations of the straight-wire appliance become apparent, however, when one considers the variations inherent in natural crown forms, as well as the variations of root position in relation to the clinical crown (Fig 2).
Part 1 and Part 2 each have three-note root position chords, Part 3 plays open fifths throughout the piece.
In other words, he prefers to label chords in root position regardless of the actual inversion of the chord, while also simplifying the number of available Roman numerals to those involved in a basic harmonic progression (e.
Hardness was measured by nano-hardness tester, which was Triboinddenter root position nano-mechanic testing system produced by Hysitron Company (U.
This means that the tonic chord (triad) is played in root position (using the fingers 1-3-5).
This is usually done by avoiding the root position tonic triad, whose presence would immediately destroy the tension on the initial 6-4 with fermata.
dagger]) TD, Taproot diameter, LRN, Lateral root number; LRD, Lateral root diameter, LRP, Lateral root position, FIRM, Fibrous root mass.
The harmonies are as simple as can be, overwhelmingly I and V, often in root position.
The instability of the root position found using outgroup analysis (see results) motivated the examination of the effect of alternative root position on character reconstruction and midpoint rooting was considered as one example of a slightly suboptimal root position.
Cays were considered fixed, while exposure, root position, and root side were considered random effects in the ANOVA, and raw data were transformed when necessary to reduce heteroscedasticity.
Both cases are completely made up of first-degree sonorities, all in root position in ex.