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upright

[′əp‚rīt]
(civil engineering)
A vertical structural member, post, or stake.

upright

1. A vertical piece of timber or stone.
2. A vertical structural member.
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When considering these drivers, it is not surprising that upright vacuums achieve slightly higher levels of satisfaction than canister vacuums.
Ambam and his sister have a particular talent at standing and walking completely upright on two legs.
Typically you need 13 uprights although it depends on the design.
One customer, True MRI, purchased its 13th and 14th FONAR UPRIGHT Multi-Position MRI.
I find that the tube, when placed upright and held firmly against the player's spine, is just wide and solid enough to provide a temporary safe support--almost like a skinny chair back to release against.
The study showed 31 per cent of upright Dysons up to six years old needed repairs.
In a certain recumbent position, you can actually pedal for a longer time and with more power [than on an upright bike], because it's a more efficient hip and knee angle," says Too.
Upright brands(1): B, DD, Eu, H; B, DD, Dy, El, Eu, H, K, P; B, DD, Dy, Eu, H; B, DD, Eu, F, H
This pattern of bone distribution, an accommodation to support upright posture, occurs to an even greater extent in people, the researchers say.
Overall, 79% of upright vacuum cleaners and 91% of cylinder models up to six years old had not needed to be repaired.
How much hair you want to shave (if any) is your choice, Many women shave Just the bikini line--the area your bathing suit doesn't cover Dr Upright suggests cleaning the area you want to shave with a washcloth or loofah first, Then, using a clean razor and shaving cream, remove the unwanted hair (see page 64 for more tips).
When the last upright is in place, push the rod up from the bottom, add a second washer, and twist on the second nut.