I pray that preaching Epiphany and Lent finds you turning
to see what God is doing as you lean into God's inverted reign
But Raphael also explores the meaning inherent in the form, the potential significance of turning
, when the pose is no longer isolated: here, the figure turns from one form of study to another as he ascends from the instructed group in the lower right to the level of independent philosophers.
40 is where there is some awfully clever turning
performed (in fact, there is a patent pending).
For the most part, these turning
beds consist of an air-support mattress with a constantly inflated bottom cell or cells and/or a top layer of cells arranged either longitudinally or latitudinally.
bars and nip are geared together by a direct drive to steer the web to the outgoing point in the tower.
Homeowners will no longer need to run around the house turning
Overbanking tendency is the tendency of the turning
wing's bank to continue to increase unless the pilot neutralizes or even applies opposite aileron in the turn.
Carry on passing a turning
to the right, (Hawkes Mill Lane) and then, at the next junction, turn left into Oak Lane, going towards Meriden.
Upon entering the single-support phase of a turn, you must keep the left side locked to prevent yourself from turning
around the axis of rotation.
Legend has it that Xolotl tried to escape an enemy god by turning
into a salamander that lived in the lake upon which Mexico City was later built.
their attention to online advertising, they heard recurring themes from advertisers and publishers about the complexity, mediocre relevance and broken models of online advertising.
Continue microwaving the fish in 1-minute increments, turning
, checking and covering after each minute.
Pass a turning
to the right (Hawkes Mill Lane) and then at the next junction turn left into Oak Lane, going towards Meriden.
Multi-turns offer one of the best ways to develop balance and coordination and enable young throwers to get in a lot of repetitious turning
The cell manufactures the receptor, and when the hormone reaches the nucleus of the cell, it binds to the receptor; the combination then attaches to the control sequence of the target gene, turning