An activity in which the body is propelled through water by specific movement of the arms and/or the legs. Swimming as propulsion through water by the movement of limbs, tail, or fins of animals is often studied as a form of PHYSICAL EXERTION or endurance.
Compression of the ULNAR NERVE in the cubital tunnel, which is formed by the two heads of the flexor carpi ulnaris muscle, humeral-ulnar aponeurosis, and medial ligaments of the elbow. This condition may follow trauma or occur in association with processes which produce nerve enlargement or narrowing of the canal. Manifestations include elbow pain and PARESTHESIA radiating distally, weakness of ulnar innervated intrinsic hand muscles, and loss of sensation over the hypothenar region, fifth finger, and ulnar aspect of the ring finger. (Joynt, Clinical Neurology, 1995, Ch51, p43)
A major nerve of the upper extremity. In humans, the fibers of the median nerve originate in the lower cervical and upper thoracic spinal cord (usually C6 to T1), travel via the brachial plexus, and supply sensory and motor innervation to parts of the forearm and hand.
Thin-walled sacs or spaces which function as a part of the respiratory system in birds, fishes, insects, and mammals.
The articulations between the various CARPAL BONES. This does not include the WRIST JOINT which consists of the articulations between the RADIUS; ULNA; and proximal CARPAL BONES.
Rebuilding of the ANTERIOR CRUCIATE LIGAMENT to restore functional stability of the knee. AUTOGRAFTING or ALLOGRAFTING of tissues is often used.
An induced response to threatening stimuli characterized by complete loss of muscle strength.
Diagnosis of disease states by recording the spontaneous electrical activity of tissues or organs or by the response to stimulation of electrically excitable tissue.
A strong ligament of the knee that originates from the posteromedial portion of the lateral condyle of the femur, passes anteriorly and inferiorly between the condyles, and attaches to the depression in front of the intercondylar eminence of the tibia.
The propagation of the NERVE IMPULSE along the nerve away from the site of an excitation stimulus.
Fibrous bands or cords of CONNECTIVE TISSUE at the ends of SKELETAL MUSCLE FIBERS that serve to attach the MUSCLES to bones and other structures.
The observable response an animal makes to any situation.
A major nerve of the upper extremity. In humans, the fibers of the ulnar nerve originate in the lower cervical and upper thoracic spinal cord (usually C7 to T1), travel via the medial cord of the brachial plexus, and supply sensory and motor innervation to parts of the hand and forearm.
A genus of large marine sea slugs in the family Tritoniidae found in the northern Pacific Ocean. They are used in neurological research.
The joint that is formed by the distal end of the RADIUS, the articular disc of the distal radioulnar joint, and the proximal row of CARPAL BONES; (SCAPHOID BONE; LUNATE BONE; triquetral bone).
Rigid or flexible appliances used to maintain in position a displaced or movable part or to keep in place and protect an injured part. (Dorland, 28th ed)
The motion of air relative to the earth's surface.
A surgical operation for the relief of pressure in a body compartment or on a body part. (From Dorland, 28th ed)
The use of wings or wing-like appendages to remain aloft and move through the air.
The properties, processes, and behavior of biological systems under the action of mechanical forces.
Innate response elicited by sensory stimuli associated with a threatening situation, or actual confrontation with an enemy.
A dead body, usually a human body.
Subjective cutaneous sensations (e.g., cold, warmth, tingling, pressure, etc.) that are experienced spontaneously in the absence of stimulation.
Mood-stimulating drugs used primarily in the treatment of affective disorders and related conditions. Several MONOAMINE OXIDASE INHIBITORS are useful as antidepressants apparently as a long-term consequence of their modulation of catecholamine levels. The tricyclic compounds useful as antidepressive agents (ANTIDEPRESSIVE AGENTS, TRICYCLIC) also appear to act through brain catecholamine systems. A third group (ANTIDEPRESSIVE AGENTS, SECOND-GENERATION) is a diverse group of drugs including some that act specifically on serotonergic systems.
The second longest bone of the skeleton. It is located on the medial side of the lower leg, articulating with the FIBULA laterally, the TALUS distally, and the FEMUR proximally.
Beaches, both natural and man-made, used for bathing and other activities.
Large natural streams of FRESH WATER formed by converging tributaries and which empty into a body of water (lake or ocean).
Aspects of health and disease related to travel.
Inland bodies of still or slowly moving FRESH WATER or salt water, larger than a pond, and supplied by RIVERS and streams.
Animals considered to be wild or feral or not adapted for domestic use. It does not include wild animals in zoos for which ANIMALS, ZOO is available.
The circulation of blood through the CORONARY VESSELS of the HEART.
The sole family in the order Sphenisciformes, comprised of 17 species of penguins in six genera. They are flightless seabirds of the Southern Hemisphere, highly adapted for marine life.
A group of enzymatic disorders affecting the nervous system and to a variable degree the skeletal system, lymphoreticular system, and other organs. The conditions are marked by an abnormal accumulation of catabolic material within lysosomes.
An activity in which the organism plunges into water. It includes scuba and bell diving. Diving as natural behavior of animals goes here, as well as diving in decompression experiments with humans or animals.
Restriction of freedom of movement of individuals who have been exposed to infectious or communicable disease in order to prevent its spread; a period of detention of vessels, vehicles, or travelers coming from infected or suspected places; and detention or isolation on account of suspected contagion. It includes government regulations on the detention of animals at frontiers or ports of entrance for the prevention of infectious disease, through a period of isolation before being allowed to enter a country. (From Dorland, 28th ed & Black's Veterinary Dictionary, 17th ed)
Holding a DENTAL PROSTHESIS in place by its design, or by the use of additional devices or adhesives.
Works containing information articles on subjects in every field of knowledge, usually arranged in alphabetical order, or a similar work limited to a special field or subject. (From The ALA Glossary of Library and Information Science, 1983)
Movement or the ability to move from one place or another. It can refer to humans, vertebrate or invertebrate animals, and microorganisms.
Lists of words, usually in alphabetical order, giving information about form, pronunciation, etymology, grammar, and meaning.
The addition of descriptive information about the function or structure of a molecular sequence to its MOLECULAR SEQUENCE DATA record.
Databases devoted to knowledge about specific genes and gene products.
The use of a device composed of thermoluminescent material for measuring exposure to IONIZING RADIATION. The thermoluminescent material emits light when heated. The amount of light emitted is proportional to the amount of ionizing radiation to which the material has been exposed.
Supplies used in building.
Pollutants, present in soil, which exhibit radioactivity.
The material that descends to the earth or water well beyond the site of a surface or subsurface nuclear explosion. (McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Chemical and Technical Terms, 4th ed)
Areas set apart as burial grounds.
Evaluation of manifestations of disease.
For services to the Tunnel Construction Industry. Edward Anthony Berry. For services to the community in Bradford, West ... For services to Schools' Swimming. Tommy Reilly, Harmonica player. For services to music. Robert Thomas Rendle, Senior ... Eric Radcliffe, Chief Surveyor, Channel Tunnel Project. Ernest Reginald Randall, General Secretary, Association of Combined ...
They swim across a river to a log cabin. Verne drowns the cub when it attacks Maggie. Katahdin kills Hector and Hawks and ... Pilgrim is killed, but the others escape through tunnels beneath Hector's home. The next day, Isely tries to reach a nearby ...
Josh reluctantly does so, and swims into the tunnel. A short distance in, he encounters Carl, who has already drowned looking ... He is swept into an underwater tunnel before the team can reach him. The team decides to use the unexplored tunnel as an escape ... The tunnel leads them to a sunlit cavern where an unidentified WWII Japanese tank collapsed through the surface years ago. ... In a fit of panic, he steals the last remaining rebreather and disappears into the tunnel. Josh and Frank, however, find ...
Now it is connected to Ísafjörður by a 5 km tunnel. The village has tours set up to allow visitors to experience traditional ... Amenities include a geothermal swimming pool, campsite, hotel and a restaurant. The church was built in 1937. ...
Students can access it using tunnels that connect the five separate buildings. When it was built, the school housed two indoor ... swimming pools. An Olympic-sized competition pool, which had been closed since 1995 due to eroded pipes was reopened in January ...
Ashok Yashwant Nalawade, (born 1947) Govt Officer Arcitecture and Design (roads and tunnels, bridges). Kaustubh Kihor Nalawade ... born 2005) State Level Gold Medalist in swimming. Santosh Tatyaba Nalawade ( born 1987) Director Transdrive Solutions Pvt Ltd ...
Stormalong also has a sewer system and a series of tunnels. Most inhabitants are sailors of some sort, and sailors and/or ... It is possible to actually swim underneath the city, which is often done by Bubbie. The wealthier citizens live on more ...
Entrance to the Piyamit Tunnels in Tana Maero subdistrict. Entrance 3 of the Piyamit Tunnels. Piyamit Tunnels which were used ... Hot spring water swimming pool at Bonamron Hot Spring, Tano Maero subdistrict. Thai immigration checkpoint at the Betong-Bukit ... One of the props at the Piyamit Tunnels. Sea of Mist lookout point at Iyerweng Sea of Mist lookout point at Iyerweng Bonamron ...
The former swimming pool of the stadium now houses the nightclub Bassiani. Mikheil Meskhi Stadium Stadiums in Georgia Boris ... along its entire perimeter was encircled by 2 communication tunnels. One at the ground level, while the other between the ... The area below evacuation terrace and Ist tier tribunes housed floor sporting facilities, swimming pool, administrative unit ...
Tunnels Beaches. Retrieved 3 October 2016. "The American Cyclopedia". 1876. Wilson, William (1883). "The Swimming Instructor: A ... By the 1890s Parker was the lessee of the bathing pools at the Tunnels Beaches at Ilfracombe, where he was billed as an "expert ... Treatise on the Arts of Swimming and Diving". (20 September 1875). A Lady's Seven Miles' Swim, The New York Times v t e. ... swimmer and instructor" and "one of the foremost professors of ornamental swimming." Harry's younger sister Emily Parker was ...
The Tunnel', due to the strong current that 'flushes' divers attempting to swim through. This tunnel is rarely dived due to the ... "At the risk of their lives they swam a tunnel in Jenolan". Sydney, NSW: The Sun-Herald. 10 October 1954. p. 31. Retrieved 22 ... Some caves are complex and have some tunnels with out-flowing currents, and other tunnels with in-flowing currents. If currents ... Cave diving is a form of penetration diving, meaning that in an emergency a diver cannot swim vertically to the surface due to ...
"Studies of tropical tuna swimming performance in a large water tunnel-kinematics". Journal of Experimental Biology. 192 (1): 45 ... Other swimming animals may rely predominantly on their limbs, much as humans do when swimming. Though life on land originated ... surface swimming, underwater swimming and flying (e.g., ducks, swans). Diving birds also use diving locomotion (e.g., dippers, ... They swim well on their own, with a sinuous, or curved, motion. When the remora reaches about 3 cm (1.2 in), the disc is fully ...
Jeffords and two others don Scuba sets to swim into the tunnels and plant explosive charges. Contrary to Jeffords' instructions ...
Quin took up swimming in 2000, joining his first swimming club Loanhead Dolphins. He switched club to Warrender Baths Club and ... He has Crouzon syndrome and tunnel vision. He attended Willowpark Primary and completed his secondary education at Saltersgate ... He has won medals at both the IPC Swimming European Championships and the IPC Swimming World Championships. Quin was born in ... At the 2013 IPC Swimming World Championships in Montreal, Quinn finished second in his heat and in the final posted a time of 1 ...
The cave has a narrow 20m long tunnel. The cave can be entered either by swimming or by using a kayak. It is best to see the ...
Deep Blue Sea Tunnel 14. Garden of Jelly Fish 15. Penguin's Playground 16. The Gift Shop In the undersea tunnel exhibit, ... The tank includes sharks and sea turtles which swim around visitors in all directions. In an introductory first gallery, six ... visitors walk in an acrylic tunnel through a tank containing 2000 tons of water. ...
For this reason its burrowing style has been compared to "swimming through the sand"". The only way its tunnels can be ... Instead of building a tunnel, it "swims" through the ground, allowing the sand to collapse behind it. There is little known ... the southern marsupial mole does not make permanent tunnels, but the sand caves in and tunnels back-fill as the animal moves ... Its habitat seems to be restricted to areas where the sand is soft, as it cannot tunnel through harder materials. Although ...
Malayan Tapir Enclosure Enables visitors to view Malayan tapirs swimming via a glass window. Mole House A man-made mole burrow ... made of glass-covered earth and metal tunnels. Also exhibits the Sorex minutissimus hawkeri, a subspecies of the Eurasian least ...
When the tunnels flood, the voles swim to dry areas or chambers in which air has been trapped. If the networks flood completely ... When approached, they swam to safer ground nearby. Where tunnels intersect, they sometimes establish middens 8-15 cm (3.1-5.9 ... They are known to use the tunnel networks of the Camas pocket gopher. The tunnels are built to provide shelter during wet ... Gray-tailed voles are burrowing rodents that construct complex networks of tunnels and burrows. They may also nest above ground ...
Maybe one still lived, I thought, in the UNC steam tunnels." In order to restore the mural, a local artist painted Pets in 2011 ... As a kid I enjoyed walking around uptown and imagining dinosaurs swimming past the planetarium. ...
In contrast to many other golden moles, Grant's golden mole rarely builds lasting tunnels. It "swims" through the sand just ... "swimming" through the sand. Besides termites (which constitute the majority of its food) and other invertebrates, its diet ...
Often swim alongside the bow of vessels and frolic in the bow waves. Probably more than one usually swimming together in a more ... Consideration was also given to construction of a tunnel linking the islands to the mainland. The 10-mile (16 km) tunnel was ... The first recorded swim across the Pentland Firth was by Coleen Blair in 2011. It has since been swum by others including ... When in groups, they tend to swim in a more random fashion than dolphins who swim together. Dolphins are not very common but ...
Tunnels were dug, and the prisoners were even prepared to swim through human sewage to try to get out. Somehow, morale remained ...
Swimming pools, a waterfall, a wave machine, and a two-story bathhouse were added in 1918. Fred Krug referred to it as "a ... Rides included a tunnel of love, an ice cream parlor, and a hot air balloon. Dancers performed nightly in a dance pavilion. ... The current park is 18.8 acres (76,000 m2) and contains three ball fields, a playground, and a city swimming pool featuring a ...
Platform, tunnel, or street lighting which may affect the identification of braking points. Potential lineside distractions ... such as depots, yards and non-railway activities (e.g., outdoor swimming pools). Bi-directional working, reversible working or ... tunnels, names of running lines, direction of travel of running lines, gradients in relation to the types of train to be driven ...
Doc notes that the force has generated a massive tsunami headed their way; the group quickly swims into the redoubt, which is ... The companions exit through a partially submerged, open tunnel, finding themselves on a chain of islands; using his sextant, J. ... The group is alarmed to discover that Michael, who earlier revealed that he cannot swim, has not surfaced. They briefly search ...
They swam to Nicosian and attempted to join the six-man boarding party by climbing up its hanging lifeboat falls and pilot ... Four German sailors were found in Nicosian's engine room and propeller shaft tunnel, and were killed. According to the witness ... Wegener is described by some accounts as being shot while trying to swim to the Baralong. Herbert sent Baralong's 12 Royal ... struggling out of their clothes to swim away from her. There was a mighty hiss of compressed air from her tanks and the U-27 ...
Often these were provided with pre-built, stone-lined tunnels. The preferred orientation was on a gentle slope, with the arms ... Rabbits generally do not swim and avoid water. A pale, or fence, was provided to exclude predators. The most characteristic ...
He informed Philippine Amateur Swimming Association (PASA) president Mark Joseph of his final decision in a letter: "Swimming ... CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link) Henson, Joaquin (28 November 2006). "Light at end of Busan tunnel". The Philippine Star ... Swimming in the same heat, he stormed home with an unexpected triumph over Argentina's Agustín Fiorilli by a 1.12-second ... He became the first Filipino to swim the 1500 m freestyle under a 16-minute barrier, earning a silver medal in 15:57.47. At the ...
Since the tunnels are very complex sometimes the homes can overlap. This behaviour shows that they are social and very friendly ... This allows them to wade in water instead of swimming and diving in search of their food. False water rats appear to depend on ... There is usually one opening and on the inside it is a complex system of tunnels which connects to multiple chambers. ... Because of their lack of webbed feet and their inability to swim, their nests are generally built near shallow water. ...
Swim (Ford. Remix) von Luc Bradford, Remixer (Mild Minds). *Work It (Soulwax Remix) von David Gerard C Dewaele & Stephen ... Tunnel Vision von Gene Moore. *Settle Here von William Murphy. *Something's Happening! A Christmas Album von CeCe Winans ...
Two policemen were abducted from a swimming pool in Herzliya but escaped shortly afterward. During this period, the Haganah ... As repairs were prohibitively expensive, the tunnels were later completely sealed. This ended the only connection between the ...
... aerofoils and which can accurately predict the performance at any Reynolds number which is actually superior to a wind-tunnel ... The pilot swam to shore.. Pilot used hydration drink during flight. This feat was equivalent to two back-to-back marathons. ...
... some even being able to dive and swim under water. Apart from scrabbling over the water or swimming, some species actually can ... They commonly live in short tunnels and are commonly known as pygmy mole crickets, though they are not closely related to the ... In some species breeding takes place in their tunnels, eggs being laid in batches of a few dozen. Other species with well- ... In such places they dig small tunnels, in which they live, sometimes together with other inoffensive neighbours such as sundry ...
New river crossings are planned at Beckton, (the Thames Gateway Bridge)[159] and the proposed Silvertown Link road tunnel, to ... The complex was completed with a library, swimming pool, gymnasium and winter garden, by 1892, providing an eclectic mix of ... of the Limehouse Link tunnel under Limehouse Basin in 1993 and the extension of the A12 connecting to the Blackwall Tunnel with ...
The underground tunnel system, which connects most large office buildings in downtown Houston, was submerged, as were many ... a man drowned when swimming in a ditch in Mauriceville.[25] Damage totaled $5.2 billion (2001 USD) throughout Texas.[31] ...
The closest London Underground station is South Kensington - there is a tunnel from the station that emerges close to the ... a northern bottlenose whale that lost its way on 20 January 2006 and swam into the Thames. Although primarily used for research ... then a coprolite and now a concretion of a worm's tunnel), has been part of the collection since its discovery in 1921. ...
When swimming, it can be distinguished from other Australian mammals by the absence of visible ears.[53] Uniquely among mammals ... The female softens the ground in the burrow with dead, folded, wet leaves, and she fills the nest at the end of the tunnel with ... this groove is closed when swimming.[15] Platypuses have been heard to emit a low growl when disturbed and a range of other ... that it digs out of the riverbed with its snout or catches while swimming. It uses cheek-pouches to carry prey to the surface, ...
Complex Cretaceous-Paleogene clay layer (gray) in the Geulhemmergroeve tunnels near Geulhem, The Netherlands. (Finger is below ... swim, or seek shelter in water and marshlands. Many species of avians can build burrows, or nest in tree holes or termite nests ... swim, or dive, which suggests they were unable to shelter themselves from the worst parts of any environmental stress that ...
2). It is used as a disinfectant in water treatment, especially to make drinking water and in large public swimming pools. It ... making them useful for disinfecting and sterilizing and are used in swimming pool sanitation to control bacteria, viruses, and ... treat water for drinking and keep swimming pools free of infectious agents. ...
This particular swimming technique encompasses all the muscles in the knee and will increase not only mobility but also the ... Grafts are inserted through a tunnel that is drilled through the shin bone (tibia) and thigh bone (femur). The graft is then ... pulled through the tunnel and fixated with screws. The two bright objects in this X-ray are screws in the thigh bone (above) ...
Tarns are the result of small glaciers called cirques, also known as corries. Cirques form in hollows on mountainsides near the firn line. Eventually, the hollow in which a cirque forms may become a large bowl shape in the side of the mountain, caused by weathering by ice segregation, and as well as being eroded by plucking. The basin will become deeper as it continues to be eroded by ice segregation and abrasion.[4][5] A cirque typically will be partially surrounded on three sides by steep cliffs, with a fourth side a form of morraine constructed from glacial till, which forms the lip, threshold or sill,[6] from which either a stream or glacier will flow away from the cirque. Tarns form from the melting of the cirque glacier. They may either be seasonal features as supraglacial lakes, or permanent features which form in the hollows left by cirques in formerly glaciated areas. [3] ...
Opening in 1969 as the first motorway tunnel to be built in Denmark,[149] the Limfjord Tunnel[150] is 582 m (1,909 ft) long and ... the Aalborg Open Air Swimming Pool, also free to the public, Bundgårdsparken, and Lindholm Strandpark.[40] ... "Limfjord Tunnel (Limfjordstunnelen) - Aalborg". Retrieved 31 August 2013.. *^ "Report of the Working Party on ...
Lake Butrint, named after the ancient city of Butrint, is a lagoon and is located near the city of Sarandë, southern Albania. It overlooks the Ionian sea. The lake has a length of 7.1 km (4.4 mi) and a width of 3.3 km (2.1 mi), with a surface area of 16.3 km2 (6.29 sq mi). The maximum depth of the lake is 21 m (69 ft). The lake is also part of the Butrint National Park. Because of its climatic, hydrological and geological conditions, the lake is marked by its high vegetation and biodiversity. The fauna is represented by 39 species of mammals, 246 species of birds, 25 species of reptiles, 10 species of amphibia and 105 species of fish ...
... swim spa, or indoor swimming pool, where warm humid air is exhausted in the summer, and a supply of cooler drier replacement ... The underground temperature at that depth was found to be around 28 °C. The mean velocity of air in the tunnel was about 5 m/s ... It is therefore clear that the use of EAT [Earth Air Tunnel] not only helps save the energy but also helps reduce the air ... Rabindra (2004) states, "The tunnel [earth-Air heat exchanger] is found not to support the growth of bacteria and fungi; rather ...
In a few species the rear of the body splits off and becomes a separate individual that lives just long enough to swim to a ... When the cheta is complete, the microvilli withdraw into the chetoblast, leaving parallel tunnels that run almost the full ... or flex the body while using parapodia to crawl or swim.[33] In these animals the septa enable the circular and longitudinal ... a marine polychaete that tunnels through coral, detaches in order to spawn at the surface, and the people of Samoa regard these ...
Biologically generated turbulence resulting from swimming animals affects ocean mixing.[5]. Unsolved problem in physics:. Is it ... Wind tunnel. References and notes[edit]. *^ Batchelor, G. (2000). Introduction to Fluid Mechanics.. .mw-parser-output cite. ...
... swimming); and Kerron Clement, Dennis Mitchell, Frank Shorter, Christian Taylor and Bernard Williams (track and field). ... super-cooled underground tunnel outside Geneva, Switzerland.[133] More than 30 university physicists, postdoctoral associates, ...
Reserved for indoor swimming areas, where chemical concentrations are high. Indoor swimming areas ... He was commissioned for an air quality survey in 1837 by the Leeds and Selby Railway in their tunnel.[29] The steam vessels ...
Sozina Tunnel shortens the journey from Podgorica to Montenegro's main port Bar, by some 25 km. ... Podgorica Swimming Pool. *Indoor Arena Verde. *Verde Swimming Pool. *University Sports Center ... The newly built Sozina tunnel (4.2 km) shortened the journey from Podgorica to Bar (Montenegro's main seaport) to under 30 ...
When swimming, the waves become larger as they move down the snake's body, and the wave travels backwards faster than the snake ... such as in tunnels, snakes rely on concertina locomotion.[77][85] In this mode, the snake braces the posterior portion of its ... body against the tunnel wall while the front of the snake extends and straightens.[84] The front portion then flexes and forms ... stops and starts of portions of the body as well as the necessity of using active muscular effort to brace against the tunnel ...
Juveniles drift or swim freely, while adults are stationary.[21]. Respiration, feeding and excretion. Sponges do not have ... use corrosive substances secreted by their archeocytes to tunnel into rocks, corals and the shells of dead mollusks.[21] ... After swimming for a few days the larvae sink and crawl until they find a place to settle. Most of the cells transform into ... The fertilized eggs form larvae which swim off in search of places to settle.[9] Sponges are known for regenerating from ...
The tunnel was the longest underwater tunnel in the world at the time, and used an advanced system to ventilate the tunnels and ... New York State Museum - "Swim for the River" *^ Goldberger, Paul (April 2011). "New York's High Line". National Geographic. ... The Lincoln Tunnel and the Holland Tunnel also cross under the river between Manhattan and New Jersey. South of the Battery, ... On March 29, 1647, a white whale swam up the river to the Rensselaerswyck (near Albany). Herman Melville, author of Moby-Dick, ...
Katniss kills the mutts with a Holo device that she throws into the underground tunnel. These mutts are responsible for the ... due to the fact that most tributes could not swim). In the films, the uniforms did not have flotation devices, but in both ... These creatures are seen in Mockingjay in the underground tunnels of the Capitol, supposedly created especially to hunt Katniss ... an unstable past victor who won her games by being able to swim the longest after the arena was flooded. During the third ...
The park was a popular spot for swimming from the day it opened. In April 1981, swimming in the park was banned when several ... Aquatic reptiles swam in the sea as evidenced by a complete skeleton of a mosasaur found in the rocks of Onion Creek not far ... Twelve years later in June 1993, the park ban on swimming was finally lifted. This was due to the closure of the Williamson ... "McKinney Falls thrives despite ban on swimming". Austin American-Statesman. August 15, 1982. p B8. ...
The Tunnel functions as one of three pedestrian tunnels underneath the railroad tracks separating North Campus and Central ... Men's sports include baseball, basketball, cheerleading, cross country, football, golf, soccer, swimming & diving, tennis, ... This particular tunnel is the site of sanctioned graffiti; anyone may paint there, and it is often the place for political ... This tunnel also serves as a way to advertise events going on around campus. In 2008 racist and threatening graffiti directed ...
Swimming also has a long tradition in Split, with Đurđica Bjedov (1968 Olympic Gold Medal and Olympic record in the 100 m ... Within Split's city centre, railway traffic passes two tunnels before reaching the Central Station. The line to Split is ... The most popular sports in Split are football (soccer), tennis, basketball, swimming, rowing, sailing, waterpolo, athletics, ...
It swims, when necessary, with the jerky motion typical of rails,[26] and it flies short distances low over the reeds with its ... and may access streams through tunnels under the snow. When not feeding, they may shelter in holes and crevices in the ...
Open Swimming pool is also situated near Bhiuli. There are many Snooker Pools and Table Tennis halls in city at different ...
A few can swim clumsily by waggling their bases.[10] Nervous system and senses[edit]. Cnidarians are generally thought to have ... This circulates through the digestive cavity and, in colonial cnidarians, through the connecting tunnels, so that gastroderm ... Several free-swimming species of Cubozoa and Scyphozoa possess balance-sensing statocysts, and some have simple eyes. Not all ... Medusae swim by a form of jet propulsion: muscles, especially inside the rim of the bell, squeeze water out of the cavity ...
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We offer options for the Zebrafish Swim Tunnel. ... The Zebrafish Swim Tunnel consists of a temperature buffer tank ... For the test, fish were placed in a swim tunnel with an adjustable flow that forced fish to swim to maintain their position. ... An infrared camera and high-speed cameras were mounted above the swim tunnel to record the swimming tests. ... The Zebrafish Swim Tunnel consists of a temperature buffer tank, propeller, test section and an Ac motor. ...
Swim tunnels and heating system. Two Brett-type swim tunnels of slightly different sizes were used for the experiments. The ... ṀO2 was measured by closing the water inflow and outflow from the swim tunnel. The decrease in water oxygen content was ... larger swim tunnel contained 425 l of water and had a circular swimming section with a diameter of 25.4 cm and a length of ... The oxygen probe was placed in a small chamber (∼0.3 l) outside the swim tunnel and a pump (Eheim Universal 1046, Loligosystems ...
Swim tunnel. Fish were swum in a modified Brett-type swim tunnel, similar to that described by Gehrke et al. (1990). The swim ... Habituation to the swim tunnel and high water velocities. Fish recovered from anesthesia in the tunnel at a water speed of 10 ... provided a mild stimulation to encourage the fish to swim forward. Water speed was uniform across the swim tunnel throughout ... 1997) for rainbow trout of the same size in the same swim tunnel [1.64-1.66 body lengths (BL) s-1] and higher than those ...
... as revealed in the latest Wild Swimming book. ... Escape Frances crowded beaches and swim wild in the countrys ... Hidden villages, spooky tunnels and clever monkeys: 10 things you didnt know about Paris ...
And if you want to swim, a hike over the beach to Tunnels is easy to do as well. There was one flaw that we feel we should ... The walk along the cove from the Hale Hina to Tunnels Beach, a short but strikingly beautiful beach walk. Snorkeling at Tunnels ... This is probably the best part about the house: You can walk to the beach, which although isnt a swimming beach, is one of the ... The short walk from the house to Tunnels Beach passes whitewater waves crashing along a crescent-shaped cove, and is one of the ...
Israel strikes Gaza tunnels as truce efforts remain elusive. Nation/World. Supreme Court to take up major abortion rights ... "Then I tried club swimming, but swimming all the time was starting to cause some shoulder problems. I had to cut back to just ... "I got started in swimming at 4 or 5 and was starting to swim in meets when I was 7," Sever said. ... "Our kids swam well, but South Iredell was loaded," Eaton said.. Sever has two more years of high school to keep excelling. Then ...
Nazanin hails light at the end of the tunnel after Boris Johnson visits Iran ... A zoo keeper looks at Humboldt penguins swimming in their enclosure at Veermata Jijabai Udyan Byculla Zoo in Mumbai, India. ...
Swimming tunnel assay. The swimming tunnel assay was conducted using a swim tunnel respirometer (Mini Swim 170, Loligo Systems ... To evaluate swimming capacity, adult fish were transferred, four to eight fish per group, into the swim tunnel respirometer ... E) Maximum swimming speed of the bag3e2/e2 mutant compared with the WT control at 6 months. n=7-8, mixed ANOVA. (F) Kaplan- ... The critical swimming capacity (Ucrit) was calculated with the following formula: Ucrit=Ui+[Uii×(Ti/Tii)]. Ucrit was then ...
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  • Can you avoid carpal tunnel syndrome? (
  • You may suspect that you have carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS) if you experience numbness, tingling, and weakness in your hand. (
  • The median nerve and nine tendons in your forearm enter your hand through a small area known as the carpal tunnel. (
  • There is not one shred of evidence that carpal tunnel syndrome is caused by keyboard use," he says. (
  • Diagnosing CTS requires tests that measure the electrical activity of the median nerve, and detect whether the activity is slowed due to increased pressure in the carpal tunnel. (
  • Wearing a brace at night to keep the wrist straight may help reduce swelling in the carpal tunnel. (
  • Wearing a brace or splint that keeps the wrist straight may help to reduce the swelling of the tendons in the carpal tunnel and keep pressure off the median nerve. (
  • An injection of a corticosteroid into the carpal tunnel may help relieve symptoms of CTS. (
  • And people still talk about work station modification, so you don't bend the wrist too far up or down, but that's never been shown to make any difference in the progression of carpal tunnel," he says. (
  • is this carpal tunnel syndrome? (
  • Carpal tunnel pain is usually an electrical shock or shooting pain in the hand from movement in the wrist. (
  • However, one does not get elbow pain with carpal tunnel syndrome . (
  • A medical condition due to compression of the median nerve as it travels through the wrist at the carpal tunnel. (
  • Had open carpal tunnel surgery on my left wrist in 09/2014. (
  • These symptoms could be due to a recurrence of some carpal tunnel problem. (
  • You may not have had carpal tunnel syndrome but rather pronator syndrome a more proximal level of compression . (
  • Carpal tunnel was released on same arm 4 months ago. (
  • Carpal tunnel syndrome is related to your median nerve. (
  • Can this cause carpal tunnel in my wrist? (
  • If the inflammation extends into the wrists, especially along the palmar aspect, then you may have symptoms of tendonitis at the radial elbow and carpal tunnel as well. (
  • Is it okay to have a sore elbow with carpal tunnel? (
  • Accompanies carpal tunnel, either referred nerve pain shoots up to the elbow or at times altered mechanics leads to a reactive epicondylitis or joint pain. (
  • Many times nce the carpal tunnel is treated the elbow pain goes away but at times it represents a distinctive problem that needs treatment too. (
  • Can carpal tunnel feel like tennis elbow? (
  • Carpal tunnel syndrome typically causes hand pain and or numbness. (
  • What does carpal tunnel or tennis elbow feel like? (
  • Carpal tunnel syndrome is numbness of the fingers. (
  • I write a lot and is it carpal tunnel or something else. (
  • Employees and individuals who work with their hands and wrists in repetitive movements on a daily basis oftentimes suffer from the early stages of carpal tunnel syndrome. (
  • If you're currently suffering from or looking to prevent carpal tunnel syndrome, our trained experts recommend the DonJoy ComfortFORM Wrist Support to stabilize strain. (
  • From ease of use, fully adjustable straps, durability and proper fit, the DonJoy ConfortFORM is a great solution for those looking to protect or heal themselves from carpal tunnel syndrome. (
  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is a form of wrist pain that especially affects individuals who perform tasks that involve repetitive motion of the wrist. (
  • Last week we posted about how to help prevent carpal tunnel syndrome, which recommended wearing carpal tunnel wrist support braces. (
  • We wanted to recommend our top wrist braces for use with carpal tunnel (also commonly misspelled as wrist braces for carpel tunnel). (
  • Carpal tunnel can cause you to have pain, numbness or even burning sensations in the thumb and fingers. (
  • Wearing wrist braces for carpal tunnel can make all the difference in your every day pain, so check these out today! (
  • Carpal tunnel syndrome occurs when the median nerve becomes pressed or squeezed at the wrist. (
  • Patients who have carpal tunnel syndrome complain of pain, numbness and weakness in the hand and wrist. (
  • Jobs that involve repetitive motion of the wrist, such as stocking or assembly line work, put you at risk for carpal tunnel syndrome. (
  • Wear a carpal tunnel wrist brace . (
  • Wrist braces for carpal tunnel syndrome help keep the wrist straight and may help patients maintain correct posture and wrist position. (
  • These simple tips can help prevent carpal tunnel syndrome and keep you working at your happiest and healthiest! (
  • Now I have carpal tunnel syndrome in both hands but worse in my right hand. (
  • The other clinical trial, actually two other clinicals, one is using Bioastin to relieve the pain associated with carpal tunnel syndrome, and finally the pain associated with joints after strenuous exercise. (
  • This Loligo ® miniature swim tunnel is made in a modified Blazka-type design reducing volume to a minimum while still making it ideal for swim trials and active metabolic rate measurements in larvae, juveniles or small adult fish like Zebrafish. (
  • Loligo ® swim tunnels have been developed for measuring the physiology, energetics, behavior, biomechanics and kinematics of swimming fish, through years of research and laboratory use. (
  • He swam for four years at Rollins College and covered Southeastern Conference athletics, Major League Baseball, and the NFL for a number of newspapers and websites across the country, including the Kansas City Star,, and USA Today, before joining USMS in March 2017. (
  • At the Langley Research Center, aerospace engineer Steve Wilkinson did some wind tunnel testing of a very different nature. (
  • With private support from the Friends of the Garden, the Great Lakes area's first-ever wind harp was installed between the Chemical Sciences and Memorial Union buildings (an area fondly known or feared as the wind tunnel) in 2012. (
  • The Queen utilized an undersea "wind tunnel" to capture boats. (
  • She somehow returned to life and built an undersea "wind tunnel" to catch unsuspecting sailors. (
  • Sub-Mariner Comics#34/1 (fb) - BTS) - A sailboat (S.S. Lucky), carrying over a dozen teenage boys and girls, mysteriously disappeared while it was at sea -- it was actually captured by the Queen and her forces using the "wind tunnel" device, and the teenagers were imprisoned in the undersea grotto. (
  • He found the "wind tunnel" device built within the cave, but was suddenly struck from behind and knocked unconscious. (
  • Namor swam back down and reactivated the "wind tunnel" to blast all of the Queen's underlings from the cave, then returned to the surface again with the Queen as the Coast Guard boat arrived. (
  • The Sub-Mariner threw the remains overboard, but he noticed an undertow of current as the "wind tunnel" was reactivated. (
  • Suddenly, there was the shockwave of an explosion as the "wind tunnel" apparently blew up, leaving Namor with no definite answers. (
  • There's a wind tunnel that roars at more than 150 mph. (
  • He spends the next several days contemplating swimming through the rock tunnel himself, and he practices holding his breath underwater. (
  • In this vast aquarium, viewers can see the ruins of buildings, bridges, tunnels, and stadiums partially submerged or entirely underwater. (
  • Into these mounds the muskrats construct a tunnel with an underwater access hole, leading to an internal den with a grassy bed. (
  • Sharks and other marine life swim above visitors, who can view them from a large underwater viewing tunnel. (
  • Watch otters swim from the underwater tunnel, stroll through the tropical rainforest and explore the seashore discovery zone. (
  • Two acrylic underwater tunnels provide breathtaking views of the birds as they swim above and around - and even below. (
  • For the test, fish were placed in a swim tunnel with an adjustable flow that forced fish to swim to maintain their position. (
  • Here, we analyse a robotic fish and individual golden shiners ( Notemigonus crysoleucas ) swimming together in a water tunnel at different flow velocities. (
  • Borazjani I, Sotiropoulos F (2008) Numerical investigation of the hydrodynamics of carangiform swimming in the transitional and inertial flow regimes. (
  • IQuarium principal investigators Katie Wasserman and Audrey Roy discussing flow field imaging at MIT's Marine Hydrodynamics Water Tunnel. (
  • The NYC Triathlon swim course is legendary for producing the fast swim times in the sport, due to the river current and tidal flow. (
  • The low pressure is created on the 'top' of the jellyfish's umbrella-shaped body, which is different from our previous understanding of their swimming dynamics that focused on the flow underneath the umbrella,' study co-author John Dabiri of the University of Stanford told AFP. (
  • stopped the flow of water around the fish forming a tunnel around it allowing it to swim. (
  • The short walk from the house to Tunnels Beach passes whitewater waves crashing along a crescent-shaped cove, and is one of the most beautiful beach walks in all of Hawaii. (
  • He watches the boys, who are older and bigger than he is, until finally one waves at him and Jerry swims eagerly over. (
  • This is a key reason why you should always try and get in a warm-up swim in the 3-4 minutes normally allotted between waves. (
  • Instead, they'll take a trip down into the depths of the Catacombs for a refreshing dip in some secret, unmapped pools of water which have become known among fellow cataphiles as impromptu swimming pools. (
  • Many people are not aware of this but a lot of swimming pools have sections segregated for people to play in the water. (
  • The Zebrafish Swim Tunnel consists of a temperature buffer tank, propeller, test section and an Ac motor. (
  • The test section was large enough to allow zebrafish to perform various swimming gaits. (
  • During the test, water temperature was maintained at acclimation temperature (28 °C). Zebrafish were tested under infrared light to reduce any visual disturbances that could affect swimming. (
  • To study the effects of exercise on zebrafish, DePasquale had Leri use a swim tunnel built by engineers on campus. (
  • Our study examined oxygen uptake and delivery in resting, swimming and recovering sockeye salmon while water temperature was acutely increased from 15°C to 24°C in 2°C h -1 increments. (
  • High temperature fatigue of swimming sockeye salmon was not a result of a failure of either oxygen delivery to the gills or oxygen diffusion at the gills because oxygen partial pressure ( P O 2 ) and oxygen content ( C O 2 ) in arterial blood did not decrease with increasing temperature, as would be predicted for such limitations. (
  • The energy required for swimming by young sockeye salmon with a comparison of drag force on a dead fish. (
  • Millions of sockeye salmon spend the majority of their three- to four-year lifespans in the ocean before swimming up the tumultuous Fraser River to reproduce and die. (
  • While the remains of six million people are scattered throughout the tunnels, most were laid within burial chambers known as ossuaries, in which tours are often held. (
  • Explore alongside sharks with The Florida Aquarium (701 Channelside Dr. in Tampa) Shark Swim. (
  • The shark swim took place on Saturday 18th February at Weymouth SEALIFE Adventure Park . (
  • The shark swim was his first, and will be closely followed by abseiling 100 metres down the Spinnaker Tower in just six weeks' time. (
  • The tunnel passes through Purchase Ridge, which is made of the Ordovician Chepultepec Limestone and is near the axis of the Purchase Ridge syncline. (
  • Fish swam at a constant speed during the temperature change. (
  • By simultaneously measuring oxygen consumption ( Ṁ O 2 ), cardiac output ( Q̇ ) and the blood oxygen status of arterial and venous blood, we were able to determine where in the oxygen cascade a limitation appeared when fish stopped sustained swimming as temperature increased. (
  • An additional expectation was that certain plasma ionic, metabolic and humoral parameters would be correlated with how well fish reperformed and so plasma levels of lactate, potassium, ammonia, osmolality, sodium and cortisol, as well as hematocrit, were monitored before, during and after the swim challenges via an indwelling cannula in the dorsal aorta. (
  • Therefore, the higher U crit1 of warm-acclimated fish may have been due in part to a greater anaerobic swimming effort compared with cold-acclimated fish. (
  • We conclude that warm-acclimated fish, by apparently swimming harder and possibly more anaerobically compared with cold-acclimated fish, were unable to recovery sufficiently well during the fixed recovery period to repeat this initial level of performance, and this poorer repeat performance was correlated with elevations in plasma lactate levels. (
  • The speed of swimming of fish as related to size and to the frequency and amplitude of the tail beat. (
  • Muscular and energetic aspects of fish swimming. (
  • At specific conditions, the fish hold station behind the robot, which may be due to the hydrodynamic advantage obtained by swimming in the robot's wake. (
  • A school is considered as a social aggregation of fish swimming in the same direction and maintaining nearly constant spacing with respect to neighbouring conspecifics [ 1 ]. (
  • This social swimming behaviour is common to a large spectrum of fish species [ 2 ]. (
  • The robot biomimicry resides in its locomotion, as its propulsion system simulates the natural swimming performed by a fish and, as a consequence, is expected to create a wake pathway that can be exploited by live animals to reduce their energetic cost of movement [ 26 ]. (
  • Therefore, a biomimetic robotic fish swimming in the school's front positions may provide a considerable hydrodynamic advantage to live fish in the trailing positions and thus effectively induce robotic leadership within the group. (
  • They'll also be able to gawk at - and even manipulate - fish as they swim alongside the pedestrians in MIT's famous one-sixth-mile-long Infinite Corridor. (
  • A group of 20-year-old MIT undergrads, however, plans to liven it up with a collection of 5-by-2.5-foot flat-panel displays, sensors and sophisticated software that will create the illusion of fish swimming inside a virtual tank. (
  • The researchers placed their study subjects in massive swim tunnels mounted behind a boat trailer-basically exercise treadmills for fish. (
  • But what about the fish having to swim in an ocean which is becoming increasingly acidic? (
  • Tickets cost $100 for aquarium members or $110 for non-members and general admission is included with the swim experience. (
  • Uniquely designed flumes for measuring the physiology, energetics, behavior, biomechanics or kinematics of animals during forced swimming at precisely controlled speeds and water quality. (
  • Applications span swim performance testing, exercise physiology, oxygen consumption measurements, and swim behavior analysis. (
  • I had to cut back to just swimming for the school. (
  • Looking back to shore, Jerry sees some boys strip off their clothes and go running down to the rocks, and he swims toward them but keeps his distance. (
  • he could not swim the few feet back to the rock. (
  • In fact, one of the main advantages offered by swimming in a school is the hydrodynamic return that can be obtained by individuals in the back positions as a consequence of the wake generated by individuals in front positions [ 4 , 15 ]. (
  • now if that predator or prey is swimming below them and looked down the black or darker back would blend in with the ocean floor below. (
  • Simply stay off the back for a few seconds to let people go ahead, or swim to the sides for 'clear' water. (
  • get back walking a bit and going to the pool to swim. (
  • It's like flipping into a swimming pool with a lot of current," Haber said. (
  • The Claim: There is a swimming pool in the basement of Walker. (
  • There used to be a swimming pool in the old Sherman Gym. (
  • Built below a pool table in his lawyer's home, the tunnel was among the first of an increasingly sophisticated drug transport system used by Guzman's Sinaloa cartel. (
  • Apparently, the idea of heading down to the local swimming pool (or using a friend's) just isn't satisfying enough for some people. (
  • Central Florida offers a number of experiences for getting up close with or even swimming with sharks. (
  • Swim with sharks including whitetip reef sharks, blacktip reef sharks and nurse sharks at SeaWorld's Discovery Cove (6000 Discovery Cove Way in Orlando). (
  • Gaze up at sharks swimming overhead during the Shark Encounter at SeaWorld Orlando (7007 Sea World Dr. in Orlando). (
  • Luckily he didn't see any sharks while diving, although a reef shark did swim right past him one day while boogie-boarding! (
  • You can pay to swim with live dolphins in a 2m-gallon lagoon. (
  • Natural Tunnel State Park is a Virginia state park, centered on the Natural Tunnel, a massive naturally formed cave that is so large it is used as a railroad tunnel. (
  • A small river, which is now called Stock Creek, was diverted underground and it continued to erode the tunnel over many millennia. (
  • employees scurry about in underground tunnels. (
  • Except that here, in this underground tunnel, Sperling feels completely safe. (
  • Gofney rents a three-bedroom apartment across 23rd Street at Buchanan House, which is not connected to the underground tunnels. (
  • As it grew through the '70s and '80s to more than 50 buildings -- most built and leased by the Smith company -- an extensive underground system of tunnels was burrowed to connect the offices and apartment complexes and provide an all-weather shopping environment. (
  • The Claim: There are underground tunnels for students to get to and from class during winter. (
  • Why trek through 220 annual inches of snowfall when steamy underground tunnels await? (
  • Reportedly, you also have to wade through murky waters and claustrophobia-inducing tunnels before you hit the "oasis," which, in this case, is a swimming hole located in a giant underground graveyard. (
  • This snorkel-like experience doesn't require a dive certification and includes video footage from the swim. (
  • Using their shovel-like front limbs to tunnel through soggy, marsh-like areas, the moles often dive and swim for food. (
  • The primary objective of the study was to test the hypothesis that increased temperature increases the capability of rainbow trout to repeat a critical swimming speed ( U crit ), as assessed by two consecutive critical swimming speed tests separated by a 40 min rest interval. (
  • Kieffer, 2000 ), the expectation is that swimming performance is restored faster at a higher temperature. (
  • Therefore, given this uncertainty and the absence of any study that has directly measured how acclimation temperature affects the recovery of swimming performance, the primary objective of the present study was to test the hypothesis that the ability of rainbow trout to repeat a critical swimming speed ( U crit ) test is improved with temperature. (
  • The researchers were able to regulate the water temperature and measure the fishes' swimming performance and vital signs. (
  • In the swim trials, the Chilko withstood the greatest range of temperatures before they began to experience cardiovascular decline. (
  • This study examined the recovery of swimming performance after exhaustive exercise in rainbow trout Oncorhynchus mykiss at seasonal temperatures ranging from 5 to 17°C and explored the relationship between performance and preceding metabolic state. (
  • The architect 'made me one f---ing cool tunnel' Joaquin 'Shorty' Guzman said, according to court testimony that helped sentence Corona to 18 years in prison in 2006. (
  • These tunnels were made by Parisian quarry miners before some were used as cemeteries. (
  • The Lake District was made for wild swimming and with this hostel right on the edge of England's largest lake, Windermere, it would be rude not to. (
  • A second objective of the present study was to search for correlations between the ability to reperform after an exhaustive U crit swim and the alteration in plasma levels of ions, metabolites and hormones during exercise. (
  • Come face-to-face with mountain gorilla in Uganda, search for rhino in Swaziland or swim with sea lion in the Galapagos. (
  • The unique and compact design allows enough space for "free" swimming and an adequate volume for reliable oxygen consumption measurements. (
  • This complete system includes the swim tunnel and everything needed for automated measurements of oxygen consumption rates and control of water velocity. (
  • Sussmeier continued to swim after getting his pacemaker and competed in the 100-meter freestyle on Friday at the 2019 U.S. Masters Swimming Summer National Championship at the Marguerite Aquatic Center in Mission Viejo, Calif. The 28-year-old placed seventh in the men's 25-29 age group. (
  • Studio Octopi and their partners at Civic Engineers and Jonathan Cook Landscape Architects ask doubters to imagine the experience of clean swimming right in the heart of the city, with incredible urban views framed by rich regional plant life. (
  • There are animals that swim purposefully and animals that drift wherever the currents take them. (
  • For example, a squid normally swims forward or backward by undulating (rhythmically waving) finlike flaps on the sides of its body. (
  • Deaths during the swim portion do not typically result from someone simply being unable to swim at all. (
  • Wayne Hinshaw / Salisbury Post file photo Carson's Cole Dixon wins the 100-yard freestyle in the county swim meet on Jan. 11. (
  • Carson's Cooper Sever wins the 500-yard freestyle during the county swim meet on Jan. 11. (
  • This is because the freestyle stroke , and for that matter, all swimming strokes help increase a person's lung capacity as they all require you to breathe in a specific manner. (
  • The core element of an STT-MRAM is a magnetic tunnel junction (MTJ) in which a thin dielectric layer is sandwiched between a magnetic reference layer and a magnetic free layer, where writing of the memory cell is performed by switching the magnetization of the free layer. (
  • At the request of swimsuit manufacturer, Speedo, Wilkinson has run a selection of more than 60 fabrics through a small window tunnel to test for "drag," or hydrodynamic resistance. (
  • Hale Hina is within easy walking distance of spectacular Tunnels beach, where you'll find some of the best snorkeling and swimming on Kauai. (
  • When exploring a secluded area of the vast tunnel system, they discovered a giant cinema room, fully equipped with a screen, equipment, and a restaurant and bar, all facilitated by professionally installed phone and power lines. (
  • The Müggelsee with park, boat dock, swimming area, Spreetunnel, various restaurants and shopping 'Bölschestraße' are on the doorstep. (
  • After around one min at 47 meters depth, we would swim and ascend to the next wreck, a helicopter at 24 meters (79 feet), along various wrecks on the 20 meters (66 feet) shelf, then finally shallowing up to make the safety stop, and around 10 mins deco by the quarry wall. (
  • A popular legend tells of a Cherokee maiden and a Shawnee warrior who had been forbidden to marry by their respective tribes, jumped to their deaths from the highest pinnacle above the Natural Tunnel. (
  • Were the NYC Triathlon swim deaths preventable? (
  • Recent experimental and computational studies of swimming hydrodynamics have contributed significantly to our understanding of how animals swim, but much remains to be done. (
  • But in reality, the bike leg is actually significantly safer than the swim leg. (
  • Once inside the tunnel he begins counting, swimming cautiously, feeling both victory and panic. (
  • The Natural tunnel, which is up to 200 feet (61 m) wide and 80 feet (24 m) high, began to form more than a million years ago when groundwater bearing carbonic acid percolated through crevices and slowly dissolved limestone and dolomite bedrock. (
  • In fact, 4,503 feet of utility tunnels throughout campus deliver steam to buildings. (
  • From the article: "When architect Felipe de Jesus Corona built Mexico's most powerful drug lord a 200-foot-long tunnel under the U.S.-Mexican border with a hydraulic lift entrance opened by a fake water tap, the kingpin was impressed. (
  • We see animals walking and crawling on land, flying in air, and swimming in fluid. (
  • Paris (AFP) - For the longest time, science has assumed that in order to run, swim, or fly, animals and humans must exert pressure on the ground, water or air around them to project themselves forward. (
  • But a study of jellyfish and eels published Tuesday says the premise is false -- at least when it comes to certain swimming animals. (
  • By measuring for the first time the pressure that swimming animals exert on the surrounding water, we have shown that the mechanism of efficient swimming is much different from conventional wisdom. (
  • It was less than a decade ago that Carson's swim team was so small that the Cougars practiced with South Rowan. (
  • There was the coolest tunnel vision effect, with Sarah's face in prime position. (
  • He felt his heartbeat in his ears, felt faint, and experienced tunnel vision. (