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bodily movement

Movement of a tooth by natural or orthodontic forces so that the crown and root maintain their same vertical axis.
See: rotational movement; tipping movement
See also: movement
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the only things that we do, because an act, properly so called, does not include the circumstances, conditions, or consequences of the bodily movement involved in the act." Michael Corrado, Is There an Act Requirement in the Criminal Law?, 142 U.
In this study, the results showed that it presented noticeable horizontal "arched effect", and the initial displacement of anterior teeth was tipping movement (with lingual crown and labial apex movement) in group B with only 0.016 -in round wire, whereas the initial displacement of lateral incisors was almost translationin the groups A and C, also in the group C the anterior teeth appeared better bodily movement than in group A.
In our patient, mandibular molars were distalized by 4 mm with near bodily movement. It is possible that this bodily movement is attributable to the force applied near the center of resistance of the lower arch in combination with a large and stiff working archwire that adequately filled the bracket slot.
The task to graphically notate the embodied gesture of the dance movement in a way that creates resemblance between the experienced bodily movement and its graphical expression is a challenging cognitive act.
Pain score rating among 120 study participants Characteristics Intervention Placebo Total P (N=120) n(%) n(%) n(%) Pain Score 0 20 (33.3) 16 (26.7) 36 (30.0) 0.843 1 20 (33.3) 20 (33.3) 40 (33.3) 2 13 (21.7) 15 (25.0) 28 (23.3) 3 7 (11.7) 9 (15.0) 16 (13.3) 0: No pain--No sign or complaint of pain 1: Mild pain--Some bodily movement or facial expression of pain 2: Moderate pain--Verbal expression of pain 3: Severe pain--Screams and overt bodily movements Table 3.
According to World Health Organization (WHO), physical activity is defined as any bodily movement produced by skeletal muscles that requires energy expenditure.
Visitors can experience sound through bodily movement and not just through hearing.
For Lippit, bodily movement in cinema is either on a profilmic register, or is bound up with movement within the body of its apparatus.
Intersubjectivity is our most fundamental way of accessing the world through bodily movement and action.
On the basis of performed studies, it can be concluded that the closing of space after the extraction of the first permanent molars is partly a result of the bodily movement, and partly of the inclination of the adjacent teeth, and it is in accordance with findings of other researchers [2, 3, 10].
Physical activity is defined as any bodily movement produced by the contraction of skeletal muscles that result in a substantial increase over resting energy expenditure.