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It was suspected that MC increases might be a significant contributing factor to the observed reduction in twist.
In the first operation, the elements are off-loaded from the forces created by their twist tension.
Rotational torque is affected by twist rate, velocity, and bullet diameter.
As a consequence, there are much larger differences in the rates of twist used by different manufacturers of current duty and defense semiautos in calibers such as 9mm Luger or .
Rate of spin depends on two factors: rifling twist, and bullet velocity.
Twist the graph of g(r, [theta]) = 0 and L together, as shown in Figure 4.
The study has shown that the presence of Twist, along with changes in two other biomarkers - CD 24 and CD44 - even without EMT, announces the presence of this critical sub-group of stem cells.
Four of the former Twist team were interviewed and three were subsequently offered employment at WAA from where they have been given the opportunity to continue servicing their existing client base.
A pair of flattened air tapes is called a mercury twist because it reflects the light like quicksilver.
Anita Twist, 23, who pleaded guilty to assault, was ordered by District Judge Andrew Shaw to pay Catherine Thomas pounds 150 in compensation.
Written by avid outdoorswoman Josie Daval, The Wright Twist is a historical fiction novel for young adults.
The Twist Lunge is just what it sounds like, a lunge with a twist.
Lunge forward and twist the plate, ball or dumbbell above the lunging leg in a sweeping motion.
The goal is not to have a rainbow flag implanted into their brain," says Matt Farber of the artists at Music With a Twist, the new LGBT-oriented record label recently launched by Sony Music.