buoyancy

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Synonyms for buoyancy

Synonyms for buoyancy

the ability to recover quickly from depression or discouragement

Synonyms for buoyancy

cheerfulness that bubbles to the surface

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the property of something weightless and insubstantial

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the tendency to float in water or other liquid

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irrepressible liveliness and good spirit

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This experiment was conducted using smallscale geometry with water as the ambient fluid and salt-water injection to simulate a bouyancy source (Holford and Hunt 2003).
Paul and Tina were flung into the ocean but as they bobbed around in their lifejackets, their pitbull terrier, Priscilla, was left floundering near the doomed craft without any bouyancy aid.
The Council plans to take advantage of that and move forward to form a future where our children can capitalize on this bouyancy.
Working in water accommodates people with physical limitations because water provides the bouyancy to help support a person's weight.
contradictions that has been the whole bouyancy of the healthy man.
That bouyancy will continue to surge, so he will be in an even better position next year to divide the benefits of the boom among taxpayers.
Today, although some of the giddy bouyancy of the 1980s has been lost, it is still one of the fastest growing economies in the world.
These topics were: motor skill acquisition, body fat estimates, anthropometry, bouyancy, acclimatization, physique, and "individual difference variable.
Bouyancy and resistance make water workouts work Unlike swimming, you do aquatic exercises in an upright position.
Within seconds, the students are reviewing bouyancy with a dynamic video presentation.