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eistein+newton+gallileo=_me Group Title

Based on the following name of a muscle of the face, which ONE of the following characteristics will most probably NOT apply to the muscle : M. levator labii superioris alaque nasi (Labii : "of the lip" ; "ala" : wing ; ~que means "and" ; "nasi" refers to the nose) Answer A. The muscle is related to the upper lip C. The muscle also acts on the nose (nostrils) D. The muscle contracts when a person smiles E. The muscle depresses the lower lip, while elevating the angle of the mouth

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    E)

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    E is the answer. An M. levator elevates a structure (it doesn't depress sth.), labii superioris relates to the upper lip and ala nasi to the nose wings. You can test D by smiling^^

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    thanx!!!!

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