change of direction


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Synonyms for change of direction

the act of changing the direction in which something is oriented

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2006) An evaluation of a new test of reactive agility and its relationship to sprint speed and change of direction speed.
A "jump stop" with a proper leg angle will speed up this change of direction.
2006) also reported that the forward lean of the body or the postural adjustment technique played a key role in the performance of a change of direction.
In a special meeting, the shareholders of El Tigre Development unanimously authorized the change of direction from a development company to a "clean renewable energy" provider in as many markets as possible worldwide.
Ulrich Schumacher there will be a change of direction in the Corporate Center and Communications at Infineon Technologies.
Incidentally, our researchers think that USAI might, probably, make a change of direction in the next few sessions, as argued by an analysis of short-term oscillating stochastic charts.
Connors stated, "The execution of this LOI is a milestone event and marks a significant strategic change of direction for the Company.
Developed by the BAE Systems Inertial Systems Division, the new solid-state capacitive gyro sensors offer a compact and inexpensive solution suitable for mass market applications where the sensing of the change of direction or orientation of the object is needed.
In the meantime, should Xmark's efforts bear fruit and a change of direction takes place within Caliper, we would be interested in revisiting our prior offer.