delivered the nervy, proactive, brilliantly bejewelled score with fluid empathy.
Figure 3 is the section of Figure 116 in AC 150/5340-30 dealing with the counterpoise
along the edge of the pavement.
In a book that blends history and physics, Denny introduces five lesser-known machines that also changed our world: the bow and arrow, the waterwheel, the counterpoise
siege engine, the pendulum clock anchor escapement, and the centrifugal governor.
It also presents a useful counterpoise
to those accounts that too often myopically present the history of the automobile as an exclusively American phenomenon.
ribbon mixer has two independently driven, nonintermeshing ribbon assemblies that are said to provide faster but still gentle mixing.
Or when watching the perfect synchronisation which is needed for Apollo as Robert Parker balances three dancers Elisha Willis, Sakuma and Ambra Vallo in counterpoise
The magnitude of the BSSE can be estimated by the counterpoise
(CP) correction by Boys & Bernardi .
, outside Gateshead International Business Centre, is a seven metre-high stainless steel sculpture made up of three curved tubes with a series of coloured enamel spheres and metal discs orbiting on interconnected wires at the top.
Lyall Watson started his life in South Africa where he spent four of his summers with boyhood friends, "roughing it" in the wild and living off the land--an orderly, civilized counterpoise
to the world of the Lord of the Flies.
Some people argued that the reason this combination clicked so well is because the types of dancing complement each other, that ballet with its airiness and ease needs the counterpoise
of movement with weight and force, and that, once upon a time, character dancing supplied the contrast which is the job of modern dancers today.
China Off Center is a book with a mission, which is to convey China's enormous diversity and overwhelming differences as a counterpoise
to the usual stereotypical portrayal of China as a unified hegemony totally controlled by Beijing.
render them at all times a complete counterpoise
and, not infrequently, dangerous rivals to the power of the Union.