In the long standing cases, facial asymmetry is similar to mild hemifacial microsomia in unilateral cases and retrognathia, micrognathia or microgenia in bilateral cases, presenting with a bird face
deformity secondary to bilateral temporomandibular joint ankylosis.
As the bird-mask dancer in traditional regalia steps forward, stops, and peers silently at the audience, there is a hush of anticipation, and then delight as the bird face
opens to reveal another mask inside.
Most of mine show an animal or bird face
, so I chose to have students recreate a similar form in clay, beginning with a pinch pot and adding clay features.
Rachel Alexandra and Belmont winner Summer Bird face
off in the Haskell Invitational at Monmouth Park tomorrow and all three could contest the Travers Stakes at Saratoga on August 29.
Another rare bird faces
grave danger ONCE again our seemingly neverending diminishing wildlife is under threat.
There is also an Author's Note explaining the ecological risks the bird faces
and the interdependency of all life on this planet.
McCarthy said Bird faces
multiple charges, including possession of a stolen vehicle, eluding police and reckless endangerment.
An internal inquiry is under way into the sexual harassment claims, and Mr Bird faces
the sack from his PS75,000-a-year job if they are found to be true.
The simple and effective film proposes both in its images and its rueful voice-over the animal depths of Emin's longing, a trope that also seems to play itself out in Roman Standard, 2013, her almost imperceptible public piece at Spring and Lafayette Street, where, atop a thirteen-foot pole, a tiny bird faces
east, toward home and the foreign country of the past.
Liam Creedon reports on how the bird faces
the prospect of becoming extinct for the second time in recent memory THE deep midwinter was traditionally the key time of the year for the determined birder to be rewarded with a fluttering glimpse of one of our most majestic predators.