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Nose
...  is when you try to push the tip of your nose. The nasal cavity is another part which is located at the middle of our face and behind the nose. This connects the nose to the back of our throats. The palate or the roof of our mouth separates the nasal cavity from the inside of our mouth. The respiration process begins with the inhalation of air through the nostrils going to the nasal passages.  ...

Lips Cheeks And Palate
...  vessels to the surface skin of the lips. A person’s lips are truly sensitive - they are filled with receptors along the surface that can detect the food’s texture and temperature. The palate refers to the roof of the mouth. It has two parts: the hard palate (the anterior roof of the mouth) and the soft palate (the anterior of the roof of the mouth). The hard palate is formed by  ...


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