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pro·trude

(prō-trūd'),
To thrust forward or project.

protrude

[L. protrudere]
To project; to extend beyond a border or limit.
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The protrusive effect on the maxillary presents statistical significance in the first six months in the middle face length level, which increased in 20 out of 26 patients with a 2.
The innovating feature of AT products consists in generating sounds or sonorous proper messages of the letters, the words and the graphic signs in protrusive form from the Braille books, with finger palpation by the sightless persons.
Other advances include the use of intracorneal ring segments to reverse the protrusive cone and the first treatment to stop progression, corneal cross-linking.
distance, and his small protrusive foot, crossed over a knee and
Directional protrusive pseudopodial activity and motility in macrophages induced by extracellular electric fields.
Growth is a powerful, seemingly magical word, but it is difficult to see how growth can create space for a crowded, protrusive dentition.
Effects of mechanical tension on protrusive activity and microfilament and intermediate filament organization in an epidermal epithelium moving in culture.
Here, next to the silver Museum of American Folk Art by Tod Williams & Billie Tsien (AR February 2002) and across from Eero Saarinen's dark CBS tower, MoMA presents itself as a sleek monolith of almost opaque glass, without mullions or cornice or protrusive shading devices to interrupt its smoothness.
Le Bastard E, Diard F, Fontan D, et al: Chondrolyse aigue sur coxopathie protrusive primitive de l'enfant.
212) Territorial stigmatization has also been one of the most protrusive elements of the lived experience of Regent Park residents.
Indeed, the snout was depressed and very protuberant in M platyrhynchus, but was tapered anterodorsally and only slightly protrusive in M jarrovii (see references in Table 2).
23] The lateral pterygoid muscles provide protrusive movement of the mandible, and the digastric muscles serve to depress the mandible (open the mouth).