kinesis

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kinesis

[ki′nē·səs]
(physiology)
The general term for physical movement, including that induced by stimulation, for example, light.
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RESULTS ( Hartlepool Carnival Criterium: 1 Shaun Tyson (Adept Precision RT) 27.5 miles in 1:08:42; 2 M Smith (Cleveland Whs); 3 S Webster (Kenesis RT) all same time; 4 C Bush (Gosforth RC) at 35 secs; 5 A Nixon (Wheelspin/SCOTT) at 55 secs; 6 S Wearmouth (Scienceinsport.com); 7 A Robertson (VC Azzurri); 8 D Gladwin (Hambleton RT); 9 J Robertson (Ferryhill Whs); 10 I Dey (VC Azzurri) all same time.
Forcing the break with him and Clough was Belgian-based veteran and former national champion Peter Stevenson (Middridge CRT) and Mark Thwaites (Kenesis).
RESULTS ( John Stevenson Memorial Cyclo-Cross: 1 Keith Murray (Scott UK) 14 miles in 58-10, 2 N Clough (Bike Traks RT) at 18 secs; 3 P Stevenson (Middridge CRT) at 1-30; 4 M Thwaites (Kenesis); 5 T Baldwin (Team Marie Curie); 6 R.