鉄囲山 (The mountain of the iron to enclose) in the 須弥山世界 (all the universes in Buddhism including a human community) which encloses the outside like a ring most is the dual structure of inside and outside, and supposes that there are hell and a Yama king's palace between them.
That is, unlike the hell = underground world which is the present accepted theory, it is supposed that it is in what is called "an end in the world."
Teeth and jawsEdit
All crocodilians have thecodont dentition (teeth set in bony sockets), but unlike mammals, they replace their teeth throughout life (though not in extreme old age). Juvenile crocodilians replace teeth with larger ones at a rate as high as one new tooth per socket every month. After reaching adult size in a few years, however, tooth replacement rates can slow to two years and even longer. Very old members of some species have been seen in an almost "edentulous" (toothless) state, after teeth have been broken and replacement slowed or ceased. As a result, a single crocodile can go through at least 3,000 teeth in its lifetime. Each tooth is hollow, and the new one grows inside the old. In this way, a new tooth is ready once the old is lost.
Although vellus hair is already present in the area in childhood, chest hair is the terminal hair that develops as an effect of rising levels of androgens (primarily testosterone and its derivatives) due to puberty. Different from the head hair it is therefore a secondary sexual characteristic. Men tend to be covered with far more terminal hair, particularly on the chest, the abdomen, and the face.
The development of chest hair begins normally during late puberty, usually between the ages of 15 and 18. It can also start later, between the age of 20 and 30, so that many men in their twenties have not yet reached their full chest hair development. The growth continues subsequently.
※The Thing with the Quivering Jaw (Chest hair) is "Men tend to be covered with far more terminal hair" and "usually between the ages of 15 and 18. It can also start later, between the age of 20 and 30"
"Crocodile tears syndrome" is an uncommon consequence of nerve regeneration subsequent to Bell's palsy or other damage to the facial nerve in which efferent fibers from the superior salivary nucleus become improperly connected to nerve axons projecting to the lacrimal glands, causing one to shed tears (lacrimate) during salivation while smelling foods or eating. It is presumed that one would also salivate while crying due to the inverse improper connection of the lacrimal nucleus to the salivary glands, but this would be less noticeable.
Crocodile tears (or superficial sympathy) are a false or insincere display of emotion such as a hypocrite crying fake tears of grief. The phrase gives its name to Bogorad's syndrome, colloquially "crocodile tears syndrome", an uncommon consequence of recovery from Bell's palsy where faulty regeneration of the facial nerve causes sufferers to shed tears while eating.
The expression comes from an ancient anecdote that crocodiles weep in order to lure their prey, or that they cry for the victims they are eating. The earliest known version of the anecdote is found in Bibliotheca by Photios, then in a number of bestiaries such as De bestiis et aliis rebus. This tale was first spread widely in English in the stories of the travels of Sir John Mandeville in the 14th century.漫画やアニメの慣用表現（『漫符』）の一つで、怒筋（どすじ）ともいい、キャラクターの額や拳の上などに描かれる、十字型やY字型に配置された曲線によって表した記号のことである。
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square your shoulders
to show determination and a lack of fear When the judge asked her if she was guilty or not guilty, she squared her shoulders, looked the judge in the eye, and said, “Not guilty.”
Cambridge Dictionary of American Idioms Copyright © Cambridge University Press 2003. Reproduced with permission.