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animals were allowed to eat and drink freely even the night before the operation. No animal was lost as a result of aspiration (no laryngeal intubation was applied). Infusions should not be given, which simplifies the operational and postoperational care

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Laryngeal biomechanics and vocal communication in the squirrel monkey ( Saimiri boliviensis ) Journal of the Acoustic Society of America 113 2114 2126

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. *pĕ́tĭna, pennā́rum with syncope (Vulgar *pĭ́tĭna, pĭnnā́irum with raising). Different reflex than from an old cluster *- tn -. Should the PIE root * h 2 et - ‘to wander’ have ended with a final laryngeal, we may assume proto-It. *átăno- [m.] ‘year

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. H. Hollien 1960 Some laryngeal correlates of vocal pitch Journal of Speech and Hearing Research 3 52 58

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in adult rats ( Mohammadi et al., 2013; Barakat-Walter and Krafsik, 2018 ). Dogs with hypothyroidism were reported to suffer from peripheral neuropathy, lower motor neuron disease, peripheral vestibular syndrome, facial paralysis, laryngeal paralysis

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nature of syllabification . Doctoral dissertation . MIT . Steriade , Donca . 1997 . Phonetics in phonology: The case of laryngeal neutralization . Manuscript (UCLA) . Szigetvári , Péter . 1999 . VC Phonology: A theory of consonant lenition and

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acid transporters [ 9 ]. Now ACE2 is thought to be a double‐edged sword, as it also acts as a receptor and opens the door for SARS-CoV-2 [ 10 ]. Pathogenesis of SARS-CoV-2 infection in humans After the virus passed through the nasal and laryngeal mucosa

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