buoyancy

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Synonyms for buoyancy

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the ability to recover quickly from depression or discouragement

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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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Pool-based exercises are especially helpful because the bouyancy of water supports the body.
Because this case involves only bouyancy without wind driving forces, the only ambiguous paranaeter required for input to the network airflow modcls is the discharge coefficient.
Have kids increase its bouyancy by making its interior space bigger (i.
TABLE III TABLETTING AND BOUYANCY CHARACTERISTICS OF PROPANOLOL HCl FLOATING TABLETS Formulation Weight Assayy (mg) (%) P 1 135 [+ or -] 1.
Bouyancy driven flow of this leucogranite melt potentially enhanced exhumation of the dome.
Despite marketplace bouyancy, which has prompted a 5% growth in the Welsh sheep flock, red meat body Hybu Cig Cymru has identified worrying signs of a fall-off in profits.
There is such bouyancy in Welsh rugby at the moment.
2004), "Elasticity and bouyancy of the tax system in Pakistan," The Pakistan Development Review 43(1): 73-93.
Lifejacket expert PC Martin Arbuckle told a fatal accident inquiry at Oban Sheriff Court that William Carty's bouyancy aid was "a child's".
They also published a companion paper that presents the IR data and discussed the waves being gravity, or bouyancy, waves (McCarthy etal.
Providing extra training boats and bouyancy aids will enable the group to extend membership.
When you're done learning the basic principles behind this force, try your hand at some bouyancy brainteasers.
It is also likely that the differences in swimming capacity presented in this study are underestimates because they do not include effects such as positive bouyancy (Cockroft and Ross, 1990; Mann and Smuts, 1999) and soft, flexible fins and flukes that are present for several hours after birth (McBride and Kritzler, 1951; Tavolga and Essapian, 1957; Wells, 1991).
There's no doubting the current bouyancy of beer sales--it was the fastest growing alcoholic drinks category in 2004, according to ACNielsen--and if the continuing push of the big brands is anything to go by, sales show no signs of abating.