chin

  1. the protruding part of the lower jaw
  2. Kamarupan languages spoken in western Burma and Bangladesh and easternmost India

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Chin

The area of the chin is known anatomically as the mental region. It tends to be more pointed and triangular in human females, while bigger and rounder in human males. It is formed by the lower front of the mandible. In humans there is a wide variety of chin structures, e.g. cleft chin. The chin developed as a point of muscular attachment facilitat...
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Chin

• (n.) The lower extremity of the face below the mouth; the point of the under jaw. • (n.) The exterior or under surface embraced between the branches of the lower jaw bone, in birds.
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chin

(chin) the anterior prominence of the lower jaw; called also mentum.
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chin

(from the article `skeletal system, human`) ...one. The horizontal central part on each side is the body of the mandible. The upper portion of the body is the alveolar margin, corresponding to ...
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chin

noun the protruding part of the lower jaw
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CHIN

[AM] CHIN is a Canadian radio station, which broadcasts multilingual programming at AM 1540 in Toronto, Ontario. The station, owned by CHIN Radio/TV International, also has an FM rebroadcaster at 91.9 to fill in reception gaps in parts of the Toronto area — this should not be confused with CHIN-FM, which offers a distinct program schedule...
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Chin

[China] ---- Clare McGlynn is a Professor of Law at Durham University. She specialises in diversity in the legal profession, rape law and policy, and the criminalisation of extreme pornography. McGlynn regularly contributes to media debates about her areas of expertise, and has submitted evidence to UK and Scottish Parliamentary committees....
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Chin

[combat sports] In combat sports such as boxing, kickboxing and mixed martial arts, a fighter`s chin is a figurative term that refers to an ability to tolerate physical trauma to the head without being knocked unconscious. The fictional Rocky Balboa character of the Rocky franchise epitomizes the concept of a boxer with a granite chin. ==Ov...
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Chin

[ethnicity] Picture taken in 1971 from Scotswood This picture was taken by me, Ian Swan and put into the public domain. ...
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Chin

[Mayan god] In describing the customs of the Mayas inhabiting the Verapaz province (including the Alta Verapaz and Baja Verapaz) of 16th-century Guatemala, Bishop Bartolomé de las Casas mentions sexual relationships, regulated by customary law, between unmarried young men and boys, as well as similar relations prevailing among adolescents ...
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Chin

Chin (chĭn) noun [ Anglo-Saxon cin , akin to Old Saxon kin , G kinn , Icelandic kinn , cheek, Dan. & Swedish kind , Latin gena , Greek ...; confer Sanskrit hanu . √232.] 1. The lower extremity of the face below the mouth; the poin...
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chin

An explosive force, release of internal energy.
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chin

barbilla, mentón
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CHIN

Children's Health Information Network
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Chin

Chin is British slang for to hit someone hard.
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chin

Chin is the ability to withstand punches
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Chin

Chin, dynasty of China (265–420): see Tsin.
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Chin

Chin: Medically, the mentum. The lower portion of the face below the lower lip including the prominence of the lower jaw and the line of fusion of the two separate halves of the jawbone (mandible). This line of fusion (called the symphysis menti) encloses a triangular area at tip of the chin (termed the mental protuberance). On each side, below the...
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CHIN

Community Health Information Network
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Chin

group of tribes of Mongol origin, occupying the southernmost part of the mountain ranges separating Myanmar (Burma) from India. Their history from ... [2 related articles]
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Chin

Having a chin, whiskers or granite like jaw means having the ability to absorb punches when you get hit with a big shot and stay standing, to remain on your feet despite seeing black flashing lights, blurred, double or triple vision and feeling a buzz that goes all the way to your toes. Some say you are either born with a good chin or not. Other sa...
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Chin

Having a chin, whiskers or granite like jaw means having the ability to absorb punches when you get hit with a big shot and stay standing, to remain on your feet despite seeing black flashing lights, blurred, double or triple vision and feeling a buzz that goes all the way to your toes. Some say you are either born with a good chin or not. Other sa...
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Chin

Having a chin, whiskers or granite like jaw means having the ability to absorb punches when you get hit with a big shot and stay standing, to remain on your feet despite seeing black flashing lights, blurred, double or triple vision and feeling a buzz that goes all the way to your toes. Some say you are either born with a good chin or not. Other sa...
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Chin

Informal term for the uppermost part of a bird's throat, adjacent to the mandible.
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