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Em

A unit of length used in printing. An em is one-sixth of an inch. It is also called a pica.
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16) It is also crucial to wait on high tessitura pieces until extrinsic muscle function and larynx position are stable, otherwise a young man will engage the wrong muscles to compensate for what the right muscles are not yet capable of doing.
Extrinsic muscle activation varies with style, but often increases in operatic males and CCM belt with pitch rise.
Lesser toe deformities are caused by alterations in normal anatomy that create an imbalance between the intrinsic and extrinsic muscles.
25], who evaluated 25 teachers and reported a relationship between hypertrophy of the laryngeal extrinsic muscles, postural deviations, and vocal dysfunction; the muscles most affected by hypertension were the sternocleidomastoid and geniohyoid muscles, which are associated with cranio-cervical postural changes and hyoid elevation; this demonstrates that a correct and upright posture influences adequate articulation.
They use intrinsic muscles of the hand and extrinsic muscles of the forearm to grip a baseball.
Although the calves are the largest muscle group acting on the ankle joint when the foot is pointed, it's the underused intrinsic and extrinsic muscles of the feet that need to be engaged in order to access your full range of motion.