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  • Lets say a defender, adhering to the rules, aims to hit a wide receiver below the head-neck area.

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  • Kaleta returned after missing seven games with a head-neck injury. ...

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  • Predictions: proficient terrestrial abilities; no need for highly developed soaring or gliding skills; bill elongate but lacking specializations (such as lateral or dorsoventral compression, keels, or hooked bill tips); neck flexibility not required as the neck only needs to bring the bill tips close to the ground; head-neck joint, at least, should be flexible.

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  • NASCAR now has all its drivers in head-neck restraints and has installed impact-absorbent walls at two of its tracks.

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  • That kid incidentally is now a head-neck cancer surgeon, as you know, at Johns Hopkins.

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  • Yet another unusual thing about the Matamata is that it normally holds its head such that its long axis is inclined upwards (at about 35°) relative to the horizontal [normal head-neck posture shown below: picture by your humble author].

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  • We developed a comprehensive 3D digital atlas of the head-neck system of the honeybee.

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  • The high resolution of our model, combined with the ability to independently show or hide individual muscles and skeletal structures greatly aided our understanding of the head-neck system.

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  • Interactive three-dimensional atlas of the honeybee head-neck system.

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  • This makes the head-neck joint of the bee especially well adapted for rotations in pitch (driven by direct muscles).

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