flexion

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flexion

[′flek·shən]
(biology)
Act of bending, especially of a joint.
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(1) Discontinuities at the interfaces must be considered since they generate flections. For instance, a coaxial center pin, making pressure contact to the microstrip line at B, is prone to wear and bending.
Nevertheless, in Gertrude and Claudius Updike transforms erotic desire into an energy of affirmation that goes beyond a mere blind force of nature and, implicitly, into an emblem of Gertrude's "coherent self." Updike conceives of the expansion of the boundaries of Gertrude's desire essentially in positive terms, without dismissing the moral and spiritual questions raised by this transgression and translated into Gertrude's sustained re flections on it.
Between them the three original Graces, the Liver, Cunard and Port of Liverpool Buildings, all re- flections of a glorious past.
The field of view should be surrounded by a black or very dark background and not be affected by shiny re- flections from internal parts or the improper placement of field stops.
On the other hand Flections coefficient and Elongation coefficient is lower than 1, so distribution is normal.
--Flections with the "Z" bar from standing up position, flections with the dumb bells from sitting down position, flections at "SCOTT" machine.