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Where is the stirrup connected?

  • As far as I know, the stirrups have always been connected to the bottom of a riding saddle, by means of straps.

    Of course, you could be referring to one of the ossicles, the tiny bones of the internal ear.

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  • Answer: As far as I know, the stirrups have always been connected to the bottom of a riding saddle, by means of straps.

    Of course, you could be referring to one of the ossicles, the tiny bones of the internal ear.
  • Answer: stirrup is the smallest bone of the body. it is found in the ear ; it connects the ear drum to the cochlea. it is one of the three bones in the ear .
  • Answer: it is one of the smallest bones in your body
  • Answer: The hammer, stirrup, and anvil are three tiny bones in your inner ear.
    They act as levers, to amplify the vibrations created by the ear drum. Ear drum oscillations are very weak, not strong enough to sufficiently move the liquid inside the cochlea. These three bones, also called ossicles are critical to hearing.
  • Answer: it is part of your ear. if you dont have it you cant hear. its as simple as that.
  • Answer: Hearing.

    They transmit the sound vibrations from the ear drum to the inner ear.
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    Hope thiss helps,
    Chazz xxx
  • Answer: first you plug it in to the wall then you plug the different color things into your TV then you put that little box thing on top of your TV turn the wii on and put the TV on input and enjoy!
  • Answer: Normally...The internet and the plug in the wall, silly.


    well, if by CPU you mean "central processing unit" as in the core chip in a computer, it is plugged into a socket. This socket has many pins that connect to everything else in the computer including the memory, I/O interfaces, and more.
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  • Answer: Pituitary gland
  • Answer: Having epilepsy and ADD myself, I have done a lot of research on this topic. The conclusion is that they can be connected depending on the patient. Numerous studies have shown that patients with epilepsy have a significant increase in behavioral disturbances of all kinds, including hyperactivity and inattention. So much so that neurologist have been using ADD/ADHD medications in the treatment of epilepsy among children for years and more recently among adults.

    As well, it makes sense when you look at what all ADD/ADHD medication is used for. Look at Adderall, one of the most commonly prescribed ADD/ADHD drugs. Its use is for ADD/ADHD and sleeping disorders. Studies have shown that over 70% of patients with epilepsy suffer from a sleeping disorder.

    I have recently started on a ADD/ADHD medication, prescribed by my neurologist, to hopefully assist in my treatment.

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  • Answer: The metatarsals are the bones in the feet that are between the ankle bones (the tarsals) and the toes (the phalanges).
  • Answer: The ribs are attached to:
    • Spinal Vertibrae
    • Manubrium
    • Corpus Sternum
    • Xiphoid Process