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There are 137 verses in the King James Version that talk about the tongue.
The word tongue appears 18 times in Proverbs,
White circles on the tongue could be many things. It could be mouth sores, it could be a geographic tongue, or it could be a reaction to something the person ate.
The word "tongue" is in the King James Version of the Bible 129 times. It is in 126 verses.
Geographic tongue can look different ways...in a fairly mild case, the tongue would have a slight loss of taste buds alongs the edges of the tongue. In a mre typical case, there would be what looks like bald patches on the tongue with white surrounding the patch, being clearly visible. A more severe case may develope a crack, some being 1/4 of a n inch deep.
If the individuals can't roll their tongue, then the child won't be able to roll it's tongue. If they can roll their tongue, then the child will be able to roll it's tongue. it just depends.
It depends on what your trait is. Let's say that your trait was tongue roller. Rolling your tongue is dominant over non-tongue rollers so we would use R for Rolling your tongue. For the recessive trait, non-tongue roller, we use the same letter as the dominant trait except it is lowercase. So non-tongue roller would be r.
Some people can roll their tongues up into tubular shapes; this is the result of genetics, so a person who can do this can be called a genetic tongue roller (not that there is any important reason to roll up your tongue).
Yes it's normal discharge and will go away in a couple of days.
Tongue rolling is homozygous dominant and all issue from this pairing will be tongue rollers. This is the only result that is allowable with a standard Punnett square or branch diagram representation. T = tongue roller t = non-tongue roller TT X tt = 4 Tt ======With tongue rolling expressed.
Because they feel like having a long tongue.
Yes. After a couple hours.
My nose hurt worse then my tongue. However, the first week of having your tongue pierced sucks!