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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They marked the buoyancy of her tread, like the skim of a bird which had not quite alighted.
Heywood-based sales director, Dave Clayton, said: "Having successfully provided deepwater buoyancy and elastomer products for a number of projects offshore Brazil, we believe the time is right to commit to local production.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Marine scientists revealed how whale sharks use geometry to enhance their natural negative buoyancy and stay afloat.
In all of these situations, multi component liquids can undergo natural convection driven by buoyancy force resulting from simultaneous temperature and species gradients.
This book examines forty eponymous laws of science, from Archimedes' Law of Buoyancy to Hubble's Law of Cosmic Expansion and the great minds behind them.
1 : the power of rising and floating (as on water or in air) <Cork has buoyancy in water.
In this paper I have attempted to show that diagrams can play a role in helping us to determine the level of understanding a student has about the concept of buoyancy.
He told the inquest, attended by Mr Clayton and Billie's mother Heather Parkinson, how his colleague found a buoyancy aid after spotting a submerged paddle.
This neoprene buoyancy vest features eight removable floats.
The idea of an air lifter combining the buoyancy of a lighter-than-air dirigible with an airplane's range has been around for several years.
Buoyancy differences segregate the nanotubes into homogeneous, horizontal bands.
I can also report that in home after home, I have seen Jesus change beer into furniture, sinners into saints, hate-filled relations into loving ones, cowardice into courage, the fatigue of despair into the buoyancy of hope.
Of the company members, Beth Disharoon seemed to best embody the qualities often associated with Duncan: womanly lyricism, full-bodied buoyancy, and arms moving with the fluency of a river.
The DuraFloat floating cable relies on C&M's proprietary foam core extrusion capabilities to achieve the manufacturer's precise cable buoyancy requirements.
And what about the subtle ways in which the lyrical universes that unfold to us in books give our perspectives an imaginative buoyancy that can't be measured?