tenial

ten·i·al

(ten'ē-ăl),
1. Relating to a tapeworm.
2. Relating to one of the structures called tenia.

te·ni·al

(tē'nē-ăl)
1. Relating to a tapeworm
2. Relating to one of the structures called tenia
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Mother Tenial Watta Duo, founder of Ward Preparatory School in Gardnersville Township, encourages the graduates to focus on their dreams of who they want to be in society.She reminds the graduates that if people would respect them tomorrow it will depend on how they present themselves, urging them to be innovative.
Music processing uses different pathways in the brain to verbal processing (Sergent, Zuck, Tenial, & MacDonald, 1992), thus providing a unique role for music therapy in assessment and treatment for speech and language disorders.
Sergent, J., Zuck, S., Tenial, S., & MacDonald, B.