pop action

pop action

[′päp ‚ak·shən]
(mechanical engineering)
The action of a safety valve as it opens under steam pressure when the valve disk is lifted off its seat.
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The company takes Pop Action technique class once a week to refine their skills and to continue chasing director Elizabeth Streb's "impossible moves," or, achieving movement that looks and feels unachievable.
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The crime quotient and pervading tension ensure there's enough masala to fashion a pop action thriller of sorts.
And if you want to get in on the pop action, there are still some tickets available for tonight's concert.
Our tribute to Aston Villa skipper Martin Laursen on his retirement, plus lots more sporting and pop action pictures.
Their day job - skilfully negotiating the line between lofty arthouse endeavours and ripe 'n' ready pop action - can present its challenges.
After an absence of more than two years, which has seen her bring up a beautiful baby daughter, Jamelia returns to pop action as one of 18 hot acts on stage at the four-hour show in Cardiff.
Streb's dancers use the rhythms of their muscles--she calls it "pop action"--and breath as impetus for movement, rather than that "bossy phenomenon" known as music.
LA poster artist Coop (known for his leather-jacketed devils) paid explicit tribute to the late master in his 1996 silkscreen Von Dutch: The comic-book caricature (reminiscent of Lichtenstein's Pop action figures) shows the pinstriper as an intergalactic astronaut posing before a dark, otherworldly land scape.
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After an admonition to "use the wiser side of prudence to protect yourself," company members taught a routine based on pop action, the technique Streb developed to train and protect the body in its frequent attempts to outsmart physics.
Everyone wants a piece of the pop action. Just as American presidents have to have Irish roots, so every MP must claim a lifelong passion for pop in the age of Cool Britannia.