pogonion

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Noun1.pogonion - the craniometric point that is the most forward-projecting point on the anterior surface of the chin
craniometric point - a landmark on the skull from which craniometric measurements can be taken
jawbone, jowl, lower jaw, lower jawbone, mandible, mandibula, mandibular bone, submaxilla - the jaw in vertebrates that is hinged to open the mouth
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It is true Frances' mental points had been the first to interest me, and they still retained the strongest hold on my preference; but I liked the graces of her person too.
He sees nothing attractive in me; not even youth--only a few useful mental points.--Then I must leave you, sir, to go to him?"
"What we can't have is certain situations within the game affecting us from a mental point of view.
From a physical point of view but also from a mental point of view as well.
"So this is a good test from a mental point of view.
"The challenge for us is to be at our best from a tactical, technical, physical and mental point of view to achieve those results.
"I was always drawn to the disciplined force, I found it very appealing," she says, "But the training is very, very challenging, especially for women from a physical and mental point of view.
Not necessarily from a physical point of view but from a mental point of view.
Earlier in the season, Sarri described him as "a little bit fragile from the mental point of view" and admitted the PS60million man is not playing to his potential.
Earlier in the season, Sarri described the Spain international as "a little bit fragile from the mental point of view" and admitted the [pounds sterling]60million man is not playing to his potential.
I think by the mental point of view it's not easy for the team to go for a Premier League match only with one central defender.