superior aspect

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superior aspect

the surface of the cranium viewed from above.
Synonym(s): norma superior [TA], norma verticalis ☆ , vertical aspect

su·pe·ri·or as·pect

(sŭ-pērē-ōr aspekt)
Cranial surface viewed from above.
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The technique is characterized by a strong hip turnout, maintained throughout the dance, and a clear vertical aspect to the upper body.
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