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  1. The top trace of Figure 2 depicts the frequency spectrum, of m (t),then the, bottom ,trace depicts the modulated carrier. It has two groups of components: one at
  2. There are two beads on each rod in the upper deck and five beads each in the, bottom ,for both decimal and hexadecimal computation. The beads are usually rounded and
  3. Evolved multijointed leg-like fins that enabled them to crawl along the sea, bottom , These amphibians were as much as one to five meters in length. However
  4. Most of the time, the correct word will be in the list. If not, a button at the, bottom ,of the list allows the user to edit individual characters in that word. Other
  5. To mean minimal government with property rights developed from the, bottom ,up, the western frontier was anarcho-capitalistic. People on the frontier
  6. Bitumen' is a famous deposit of native asphalt seeping through diapers at the, bottom ,of the Dead Sea, which comes occasionally to the surface through seismic
  7. Anchors held the vessel merely by their weight and by their friction along the, bottom , Iron was afterwards introduced for the construction of anchors, and an
  8. An asteroid that drifts off the top edge of the screen reappears at the, bottom ,and continues moving in the same direction. As the player shoots asteroids
  9. Anchors for smaller vessels have metal flukes which hook on to rocks on the, bottom ,or bury themselves in soft bottom s. The vessel is attached to the anchor by the
  10. Be pronounced as a syllabic consonant (as in the English words" butter bottle, bottom ,button" ). **When a doubled consonant occurs before another consonant (or
  11. Be always favorable toward the city. Afterwards, Zeus secured Demos to the, bottom ,of the ocean. This island later became sacred to Apollo. It is also stated that
  12. Of their holding power from their mass, while also hooking or embedding in the, bottom , Modern anchors for smaller vessels have metal flukes which hook on to rocks on
  13. The stable at Knights bridge Barracks," and subsequently on the space at the, bottom ,of the steps leading from Waterloo Place to St. James Park ". With asphalt
  14. Crown of the anchor is a set of tripping palms, projections that drag on the, bottom , forcing the main flukes to dig in. Small Boat Anchors Until the mid-20th
  15. Because of the mixing processes which raise some additional 227Ac from the sea, bottom , Thus, analysis of both 231Pa and 227Ac depth profiles allows to model the
  16. Usually referred to as Syrians. Afro-Antiguans and Afro-Barbudans were at the, bottom , Forced into slavery, Africans started arriving in Antigua and Barbuda in large
  17. Moorings can use 3 to 1 or less. Since all anchors that embed themselves in the, bottom ,require the strain to be along the seabed, anchors can be broken out of the
  18. Jumpsuit, causing one Australian newspaper to use the headline" Agnetha's, bottom ,tops dull show ". When asked about this at a news conference, she replied:" Do
  19. The depth of water at the apex of the ridge is less than in most places,the, bottom ,of the ridge is three times as deep and of course several peaks rise above the
  20. And on some designs may be adjusted for an optimal angle depending on the, bottom ,type). Tripping palms at the crown act to tip the flukes into the seabed. The
  21. Of assimilation into the dominant group's Anglicized practices. Next to the, bottom ,were Middle Easterners who began migrating to Antigua and Barbuda around the
  22. And are described as starting" from the top" and going" down to the, bottom ,", an idea that is described more formally by flow of control. So far, this
  23. Of not breaking out with tide or wind changes, instead slowly turning in the, bottom ,to align with the force. Claw types have difficulty penetrating weedy bottom s
  24. Dispersed 235U. Its decay product,231Pa,gradually precipitates to the, bottom , so that its concentration first increases with depth and then stays nearly
  25. Were added to this ethnic mosaic. They have entered at the social structure's, bottom ,; it is still too early to predict their patterns of assimilation and social
  26. Capital, Luanda. In the Human Development Index Angola constantly ranks in the, bottom ,group. According to The Heritage Foundation, a conservative American think tank
  27. To move. An anchor is described as aweigh when it has been broken out of the, bottom ,and is being hauled up to be stowed. Aweigh should not be confused with under
  28. Does not follow the 231Pa depth profile, but instead increases toward the sea, bottom , This occurs because of the mixing processes which raise some additional 227Ac
  29. Here the aluminum ion is being reduced. The aluminum metal then sinks to the, bottom ,and is tapped off, usually cast into large blocks called aluminum billets for
  30. This is particularly important for light modern anchors designed to bury in the, bottom , where ratios of 5-7 to 1 are common, whereas heavy anchors and moorings can
  31. Made by forming them with teeth, or " flukes ", to fasten themselves into the, bottom , Admiralty Pattern The Admiralty Pattern," A. P. ", or simply" Admiralty "
  32. To the other end, at ninety degrees to the arms. When the anchor lands on the, bottom , it will generally fall over with the arms parallel to the seabed. As a strain
  33. Like pilings, or a variety of other non-mass means of getting a grip on the, bottom , One method of building a mooring is to use three or more conventional anchors
  34. The anchor to foul on its own rode, or to foul the tines with refuse from the, bottom , preventing it from digging in. On the other hand, it is quite possible for
  35. Refer to the USA and Canada as" across the pond ", and vice versa. Ocean, bottom ,The principal feature of the bathymetric ( bottom topography) is a submarine
  36. When these organisms died, their remains were deposited in the mud on the, bottom ,of the ocean or lake where they lived. Under the heat and pressure of burial
  37. To the seabed. As a strain comes onto the rode, the stock will dig into the, bottom , canting the anchor until one of the flukes catches and digs into the bottom .
  38. Which describes the anchor when it is hanging on the rode, not resting on the, bottom ,; this is linked to the term to weigh anchor, meaning to lift the anchor from
  39. Pond ", and vice versa. Ocean bottom The principal feature of the bathymetric (, bottom ,topography) is a submarine mountain range called the Mid-Atlantic Ridge. It
  40. No light and fed on detritus that descended from upper layers of the sea to the, bottom , In contrast, their wide geographic dispersion in the fossil record is
  41. With four or more tines. It has a benefit in that no matter how it reaches the, bottom ,one or more tines will be aimed to set. In coral, it is often able to set
  42. Shelves along the margins of the continents constitute about 11 % of the, bottom ,topography with few deep channels cut across the continental rise. Ocean floor
  43. Flukes are attached. The stock is hinged, so the flukes can orient toward the, bottom ,(and on some designs may be adjusted for an optimal angle depending on the
  44. Groups is shown in the chart below: The percentage numbers in the chart at the, bottom ,are from recent national opinion polls aimed at knowing how Afghan citizens
  45. In suspension. Heavier particles settle out first, so gravel will be on the, bottom , sand above, silt above that and very fine clay and organic matter will stay in
  46. Bottom, canting the anchor until one of the flukes catches and digs into the, bottom , The basic design remained unchanged for centuries, with the most significant
  47. Wind or current shifts. When this happens, the anchor may be pulled out of the, bottom , and in some cases may need to be hauled up to be re-set. In the mid-19th
  48. That" I am agnostic only to the extent that I am agnostic about fairies at the, bottom ,of the garden. " Dawkins also identifies two categories of agnostics; Temporary
  49. Is moving while dropping the anchor it may" kite" or" skate" over the, bottom ,due to the large fluke area acting as a sail or wing. Once set, the anchor
  50. Require the strain to be along the seabed, anchors can be broken out of the, bottom ,by shortening the rode until the vessel is directly above the anchor (at this

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