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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I had little time to dwell upon the coincidence of the simultaneous failure of the wireless and the buoyancy generators, since very shortly after the Coldwater had dropped so low over the waters that all my attention was necessarily centered upon the delicate business of settling upon the waves without breaking my ship's back.
Tippins all abroad about the legs, and seeking to express that those unsteady articles are only skipping in their native buoyancy.
Yes,' said Dick, a little disconcerted by the excessive buoyancy of spirits which his employer displayed.
We had the situation of an inexperienced person with low buoyancy, low in the water, and with waves towering over him,' remarked the coroner.
Mr Pritchard-Jones added: "Unfortunately he did not drop his weight belt which would have achieved positive buoyancy immediately and made it easier to keep his head above the water.
The technology removes buoyancy effects caused by temperature differences that lead to air currents.
Mack-Cali's recent $194 million sale of Harborside Financial Center Plaza 10, a 19-story class A office building on the Jersey City waterfront, was an excellent demonstration of harvesting value for our shareholders given the buoyancy of the investment sales market.
A study of the Earth's mantle beneath the ocean near Iceland provides the most-convincing evidence yet that simple buoyancy of hot, partially molten rocks can play an important role in causing them to rise and erupt through the surface at mid-ocean ridges.
For example, today's word was buoyancy, so I wrote the following sentence on the blackboard.
The patch of sun lights the market below and creates a plume of hot air that is drawn out by its own buoyancy through the roof light.
COMNAVSEASYSCOM Washington DC 010635Z Feb 02 (NOTAL), Diving Advisory 02-02, reports there have been two recent incidents of buoyancy compensator (BC) over-pressurization valves sticking in the open position.
The seminar covered the basics of mass measurements, air buoyancy corrections, cleaning and handling procedures, various measurement procedures, measurement uncertainties, statistical process control, and measurement assurance procedures.
All you need is chest high or deeper water and a buoyancy device to simulate road running and you can preserve virtually all your training gains made before you were injured.
Critical events will pave the way for recovery, among them: (1) private equity sources recognizing the potential in our markets; (2) the industry-wide shift to an operational focus, (3) the pending re-capitalization of large SNFs, (4) the reform of BBA '97, and (5) the continued buoyancy of congregate care and CCRCs.
Given the extent, of unhappiness and uncertainty surrounding young Hanna, Pool has fashioned a film that floats around her with a buoyancy and an abiding faith in the basic goodness of humanity that carries us over the bumpy spots along with its heroine.