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The eyes alone, almond-shaped and brown, were too big, with the whites slightly bloodshot by much pen labour under a lamp.
His almond-shaped eyes leered languidly over the high cheek-bones.
MRI imaging revealed reduced blood flow in areas of the brain, including the amygdala, a small, almond-shaped region of the brain known to be involved in processing emotional responses, stress and fear.
Functional magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) imaging revealed reduced blood flow in areas of the brain, including the amygdala, a small, almond-shaped region of the brain known to be involved in processing emotional responses, stress and fear.
They included the amygdala, a small almond-shaped region known to be involved in processing emotional responses, stress and fear.
The fMRI scanning "revealed reduced blood flow in areas of the brain, including the amygdala, a small, almond-shaped region of the brain known to be involved in processing emotional responses, stress, and fear.
GOT7's Jackson, a Hong Kong-born star who has successfully climbed his way to the top of the K-pop industry, has lips that gently balances out his almond-shaped eyes and sharp nose.
Each flattened double helix is anchored by an almond-shaped gateway that is a direct reference to the vagina, as are the montes pubis that protrude and burrow in the spaces between the snaking schema and the framing edge.
We do get clues with names like Pavel Duda, whose house smelled like cabbage, who has almond-shaped eyes, and speaks a different language/lingo.
The research, led by David Amaral, distinguished professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, and spearheaded by graduate student David Grayson, targeted the amygdala -- a small, almond-shaped region deep within brain.
The results of that experiment, described in the March 23 Journal of Neuroscience, add to evidence that the amygdalae, small, almond-shaped structures tucked deep in the brain, aren't the only bits of the brain that make a person feel afraid.
Characterized by mental retardation and distinct physical, behavioral, and psychiatric features, individuals with PWS are typically short and obese, have small hands and feet, and have other dysmorphic features including a narrow bifrontal diameter, full cheeks, and almond-shaped eyes.