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Ideally located in the heart of the Latin Quarter, within walking distance from the rue Mouffetard, The Pantheon, the Botanical Gardens and the National History Museum, and Notre Dame Cathedral.

The 37 guest rooms entirely air conditioned in 2005 and redecorated in a modern style in 2006, are all complete with private en suite bathrooms equipped with a bathtub or a shower and hairdryers, remote control cable TV, direct dial phones, automatic alarm clocks, air conditioning and a wireless Internet connection.

Access : Métro : 7 Place Monge 10 : cardinal Lemoine Bus : 47, 67, 89 Gare : Austerlitz Gare : Lyon.

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We stayed for 3 nights. The location was just fantastic, the main reason we choose the hotel. 3 minute walk to Place Monge metro and a couple of minutes to rue mouffetard and all it's restaurants and...

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The Parotid Gland

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The parotid gland is a bilateral salivary gland located in the face. It produces serous saliva , a watery solution rich in enzymes. This is then secreted into the oral cavity, where it lubricates and aids in the breakdown of food.

salivary gland serous saliva

In this article, we shall look at the location, vasculature and innervation of the parotid gland. We shall also consider any clinical correlations.

The parotid gland is a bilateral structure, which displays a lobular and irregular morphology. Anatomically, it can be divided into deep and superficial lobes , which are separated by the facial nerve.

superficial lobes

It lies within a deep hollow, known as the parotid region .The parotid region is bounded as follows:

parotid region Superiorly Inferiorly Anteriorly Posteriorly

The secretions of the parotid gland are transported to the oral cavity by the Stensen duct. It arises from the anterior surface of the gland, traversing the masseter muscle. The duct then pierces the buccinator, moving medially. It opens out into the oral cavity near the second upper molar .

Stensen duct. masseter second upper molar

Fig 1.0 – Position of the parotid gland and borders of the parotid region.

The anatomical relationships of the parotid gland are of great clinical importance – particularly during parotid gland surgery.

Several important neurovascular structures pass through the gland:

facial nerve external carotid artery retromandibular vein

Fig 1.1 – The branches of the facial nerve . The parotid gland has been removed to show their anatomical course.

Blood is supplied by the posterior auricular and superficial temporal arteries . They are both branches of the external carotid artery, which arise within the parotid gland itself.

posterior auricular superficial temporal arteries

Venous drainage is achieved via the retromandibular vein . It is formed by unification of the superficial temporal and maxillary veins.

First, I made a batch the same way I always do: lightly sauced right out of the Instant Pot, broiled on both sides until crisp, and then heavily sauced.

If you’re hungry now and indifferent to crispy skin, these are for you. They took thirty minutes start-to-finish and are downright succulent: juicy and flavorful all the way through, and incredibly tender—but not so tender they fall apart in your hands. You could do a lot worse.

But if you’re a freak for crispy skin, I suspect you feel you could also do a lot better . If that’s your deal, place the steamed wings skin side up on a cooling rack and let them rest, uncovered, in the fridge overnight. nike free sb black uk actresses 6mbpTM4Q6
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Once the wings are nice and dry, you have to decide how you want to crisp them up. Broiling is my preferred crisping method because I hate smelling like a Fryolator, but I fried some wings anyway just for you. Following Claire’s method from her air jordan design history society
, I heated a half-inch of vegetable oil to about 400ºF and shallow-fried three wings.

Were they good? Obviously, yes, they were amazing. But now there’s a ring of gummed-on vegetable oil inside my stainless skillet, all my windows are open even though it’s snowing outside, and I need to shower. Worse, if you’re making these for the Super Bowl, you’ll have to swat drunk people away from the fry oil all afternoon—or end up in the emergency room.

Broiling your wings, by contrast, is low-risk and high-reward. You can broil them straight out of the fridge to approximate a fried texture or do the sauce-broil-sauce method I mentioned earlier. Whichever you choose, keep your pan about six inches away from the hot broiler (in my oven, this is the lowest rack position) and put the flats in the center, surrounded by the drums. They’ll brown more evenly this way. Broil ‘em skin side-up until golden and crisp, then flip and repeat twice more; you want to finish them skin side-up to maximize that crispiness.

Here’s what dried, broiled, then sauced wings will look like:

These were legitimately crunchy, but they dried out a bit in the broiler. Moving the pan closer to the broiler and watching them closely might help, but I’d be wary of burning. Overall, these are just OK; I scarfed down the testers happily, but technically they were the “worst” of the bunch.

So when reports first emerged that the band was writing a 30-track rock opera , it sounded outrageous—a pointed gag from Stickles that would probably culminate in, like, an album full of Crass covers. How do you go bigger than an album that uses the Civil War as a metaphor for one's life? But it wasn't a joke: Almost two years later, they announced The Most Lamentable Tragedy , a 29-track, 93-minute rock opera that immediately restored their claims to outsized ambition, as only a 29-track, 93-minute rock opera might.

The Most Lamentable Tragedy is a story told in five acts that follows the Hero, an unnamed man (who's someone like Stickles) in an unnamed city (which is somewhere like New York) grappling with his neuroses. He's confronted by his doppelgänger—an alternate self that seems to have everything figured out, and pushes him to find solace outside of sin. It’s a protracted allegory for manic depression, which Stickles has publicly struggled with since the band first came to attention. Here, he’s reversed course from the literal transcription of his life’s struggles on Local Business (no "My Eating Disorder"), instead interpreting them to fit his larger vision. The Most Lamentable Tragedy is their least specific album—no granular references to obscure Jersey baseball teams—but their most universal, less dependent on empathizing with the suburban sad sack.

The music encompasses everything they’ve ever sounded like: There are knotty guitar anthems filled with chords like power lines thrumming with electricity ("No Future Part IV", "Stranded"), hot-breathed hardcore exhortations ("Look Alive", "Lookalike"), vamps on musical theater where Stickles sounds somewhere between Billy Joel and Meat Loaf ("I Lost My Mind", "No Future Part V"). They filter the visceral riffage of Thin Lizzy ("Lonely Boy"), the all-hands-on revelry of the E. Street Band ("Fatal Flaw"), and the whiskey-soaked romanticism of the Pogues ("Come On, Siobhán") through a fiery, punk-indebted perspective. True, those are reference points on previous albums, but here the elements blend together like a hearty soup. Fifteen musicians are credited on the record (such as Owen Pallett , who handled the strings) and there's a feeling of camaraderie in the production; at times, it feels like the album was recorded in one, rambling live take over a long night.

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