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However, there was no correlation between rank versus "alone" ([r.sup.2] = 0.1338), "close social" ([r.sup.2] = 0.1693), "locomote" ([r.sup.2] = 0.1543), or "consume" ([r.sup.2] = 0.0339).
The ability to locomote in live conditions through unpiggable pipe challenges with back-to-back bends, constricting plug valves, vertical climbs, mitered bends and low flow are a key advantage the Explorer range of untethered platforms holds.
George Stephenson appears as if he has had a premonition about Dr Beeching, or has just heard that Locomotion has once again failed to locomote.
The man directing the investigation of this police procedural is Sergeant Howie (Edward Woodward), who runs a Highlands precinct of Scotland Yard so far off the beaten track that he has to locomote himself by seaplane.
In other words, since the trained runners elicit metabolic and neurological (as well as morphological) adaptations that are optimized for the task for which they train, when they locomote at speeds outside of the optimized range, constraints are greater.
Five out of the 8 trained cats improved sufficiently to locomote (bearing their full body weight) for 10 - 20 minutes.
Scher (2005a) found that night waking (measured both by actigraph and maternal report) was more frequent in 8-month-old infants who were able to locomote through creeping or crawling than those who were not yet able to locomote.
While the arms provide most of the power to locomote through the water, the flutter kick basically stabilizes the body position.
These "naked" snails continued to locomote and feed normally for several weeks after shell loss, with only a slight increase in size and change of color.
NEW BALL GAME--A hypothetical microswimmer composed of three rigid balls connected by telescoping rods (left) could locomote to the right by executing the shown cycle of rod extensions and retractions, theorists claim.
"Locomote" explores each dancer's sense of optimal movement.
We have a Welsh Assembly Government in Cardiff, but the legislative machinery needed to locomote much of the executive's policy is in Westminster.
Thus, brains are what brought life out of the ooze and allowed multicellular organisms to locomote with legs and fins.
These blood flukes utilize homologous morphological features in different ways and different degrees to attach and locomote within their hosts.
In late January, the Amtrak Reform Council, established a few years ago to help Amtrak locomote entirely on its own steam, released a report projecting operating losses of $567 million in 2002.