Definitions for "Throat"
Keywords:  jugulum, foreneck, chin, neck, pharynx
The part of the neck in front of, or ventral to, the vertebral column.
Below chin. Sometimes highly colored.
ventral leathering of the neck from the chin to the forking of the ventral feather tract, bounded dorsally by the malar area. The adjective meaning 'of the throat' is 'gular'. The lateral margin of the throat is sometimes distinctively colored and is then called the malar stripe.
Hence, the passage through it to the stomach and lungs; the pharynx; -- sometimes restricted to the fauces.
A contracted portion of a vessel, or of a passage way; as, the throat of a pitcher or vase.
The part of a chimney between the gathering, or portion of the funnel which contracts in ascending, and the flue.
Keywords:  vamp, instep, shoe, toe, nearest
The main opening of a shoe extending from the vamp to the ankle.
The top edge of the vamp of a shoe, in front of the instep.
The top area of the vamp just in front of the instep. Throat lines can be high or low; the shape can be round or square.
Where the paddle shaft flares into the paddle blade.
the area inside a flower tube formed from fused petals; the upper side of a grass collar where the blade meets the sheath.
Where the shaft meets the blade of the paddle.
The area forward of the cartridge chamber extending to the point where the bore begins to have its full bore diameter. Also known as chamber throat.
Leade or freebore; the unrifled portion of the bore immediately in front of the chamber. Generally very short.
an area where the rifling are removed so the bullet can project up into the groove diameter area of the barrel, which is supposed to be the same diameter as the bullet
Keywords:  flap, envelope, wallet, gap, scoreline
The space between the top of an envelope's back flap and its top flap crease line.
another term for the mouth of the envelope
the area of the envelope immediately above the mouth and skirt.
Keywords:  gaff, mast, sail, staysail, nock
The upper fore corner of a boom-and-gaff sail, or of a staysail.
That end of a gaff which is next the mast.
The inner end of a gaff, where it widens and hollows in to fit the mast. (See JAWS.) Also, the hollow part of a knee.
An open, expanded tube in the perianth.
The small opening at the base of a horn through which sound waves from the driver element pass on to the horn.
In a horn loudspeaker, this is the smallest part, where the sound leaves the driver begins its travel down the expanding flare of the horn itself. See: Horn, Compression Driver, Phase Plug.
Keywords:  intrados, bending, mow, orchid, inner
To mow, as beans, in a direction against their bending.
The inner portion of a tubular orchid lip.
The inner half of the pipe or the half undergoing compression during bending (see Intrados).
Keywords:  mutter, utter, threats
To utter in the throat; to mutter; as, to throat threats.
The entrance tracks to a terminal or yard.
The point where the yard trackage begins to diverge into the multiple tracks for storage and switching.
Minimum width of the ventilator air inlet.
The throat of a paper shredder is where the paper is placed before shredding. Different paper shredders have different throat widths.
Keywords:  soffites, min, drip, rebate, staining
A rebate in the soffites of a panel to prevent water running back across the surface and causing staining. The throat (drip) should be min 50mm from the face of the panel.
See also Drip.
Keywords:  racquet, racket, handle, meets, hook
The thin area of a racket handle, where it meets the head.
The part of the racquet where the handle meets the head.
Part of a fishing hook.
Keywords:  variously, shank, angle, anchor, sheath
The angle where the arm of an anchor is joined to the shank.
Variously the area between or the angle formed by the upper margins of the leaf sheath.
One of the nine centers of the Body Graph. With its capacity for expression, communication and manifestation, it is the main hub of the body. Everything aims to get there.
Keywords:  pocket
Same as pocket.
Keywords:  timber, knee, inside
The inside of a timber knee.
Area between the mouth and esophagus that performs the swallowing action
See mouth.
Keywords:  lead, see
See Leade (Lead).