A puck that deflects
into the net off of an attacking player who does not use a distinct kicking motion, is a legitimate goal.
If you are fortunate enough to have a calender with roll bending (figure 2), then by varying the bending cylinder's pressure the roll deflects
to form the opposite effect to the product that the deflection causes, resulting in the proper product gauge accuracy.
8) shoots for goal and his on-target effort deflects
off Michael Owen to leave keeper Paul Jones well beaten
It's about a tough-babe cop who, thanks to some mystical mumbo-jumbo, gets this goofy-looking metal arm that deflects
bullets just like Wonder Woman's wristbands and pops out villain-skewering daggers similar to the knuckle-bound cutlery of the X-Men's Wolverine.
based on a historicist premise (1880-1920), the show's structure nonetheless deflects
history's arrow: Curator John Elderfield et al.
The idea is to measure how far the atmosphere deflects
rays of light coming from a star.
Since 1997, Array and its licensees have applied a method that electrostatically deflects
the placement of the dots horizontally on the paper, called Dot Deflection Control (DDC).
She is a reluctant star who has appeared in ads with Michael Jordan, but who often deflects
the attention to teammates.
It is not clear, however, what happens after the slab deflects
horizontally and slows its descent.