This latter mode of attack is advocated by Browne and Behnke, who call it the "slide of the glottis."
How did this critic know that the singer had pinched her glottis?
The head register, likewise, shows the glottis partly closed, and the vibrating ligaments gradually stretched more and more.
I had no time to reflect upon “compressions of the tongue” or “spasms of the glottis.”
By this movement the chink of the glottis is thrown wide open into the shape depicted on pl.
There may be œdema of the glottis, especially if ammonia has been taken.
The audible shock of the glottis cannot be avoided when it is necessary to accentuate a word beginning with an initial vowel.
Note the U-shaped hyoid bone surrounding the front of the glottis.
Any attempt to inspire chlorine in its concentrated state would at once prove fatal by closing the glottis and causing asphyxia.
By this method you open the glottis, and in five seconds the thing is done.
glottis glot·tis (glŏt'ĭs)
n. pl. glot·tis·es or glot·ti·des (glŏt'ĭ-dēz')
The vocal apparatus of the larynx, consisting of the true vocal cords and the rima glottidis.