brow - the part of the head just under the forehead and including the eyebrows and top area of the eye sockets.
facial nerve - this is the nerve that senses touch to the face and movement of the face. If it is damaged, a person's face can be paralyzed. There is one on each side.
mandible - the part of the jaw that pivots whenever a person opens their mouth.
clavicle - also called the collar bone, this is where the neck ends and the chest begins.
crown - the top area of the head.
temporal hairline - the hairline at or around the temple area (the sides of the head).
apex of the temporal hairline - where the point or merging with the beard hair begins. This is also known as "sideburns".
ear lobe - the soft part of the ear where there is no cartilage.
occipital protuberance - the slight or pronounced bump where the back of the skull rises slightly before it ends and meets with the spine.
posterior hairline - the back hairline.
nape - the back of the neck.
sternocleidomastius - a muscle on each side of the neck that is largely responsible for turning the head side to side or nodding it down.
trapezius - a muscle from the back of the neck to the back that is partly responsible for lifting the head and turning it side to side.
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