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My lungs and larynx couldn’t create the air pressure and vibrations needed to say the words floating around my mind.
The researchers say drinking alcohol is connected to mouth, pharynx, larynx, oesophagus, liver, colorectal, breast and stomach cancers, and that even small amounts can increase some of those risks.
The ten other cancers cited are: endometrial; gallbladder; kidney; liver; mouth, pharynx and larynx; oesophageal; ovarian; pancreatic; prostrate; stomach.
Owen thought that the different vocalizations stem from the anatomy of the hyoid, which supports the larynx and tongue.
During the struggle, Saylor ended up on the floor and suffered a fractured larynx.
Anderson has spent much of his three seasons on the sideline dealing with assorted injuries, including a fractured larynx that sent him to injured reserve to end 2017.
Saylor ended up on the floor and suffered a fractured larynx.
Singers stretch their pitches; some voices sound partially trapped in the larynx.
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Definition of larynx for English Language Learners
medical : the part of your throat that contains the vocal cords
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