On-site goat herders that stay in trailers keep an eye on the flock and build fences as the goats move along
the target grazing area.
Now, experiments from California and Japan offer the first direct evidence that electrical charges move along
The robot can be mounted to the table, allowing the pipe to move past the robot, or mounted to the carriage allowing the robot to move along
the pipe or the pipe to move past the robot.
1 : to move or cause to move along
with a steady regular step especially with others <Our band will march in a parade.
The plot actually manages to move along
at a relatively brisk pace, despite the outrageously loose adaptation, liberally injected with commedia shtick, impressively staged slapstick battle scenes, improvised audience interaction and a slew of contemporary references, including turning Macduff (Guillermo Robles) into a Chicano homeboy with the title of The Thane of Eastside.
n proteins, beta is equal to about 1, which means that electrons move along
them only with great difficulty.
Bond Market appeared to continue to move along
at a brisk pace in the first quarter, matching levels recorded in the first quarter of 2004, however, while issuance continued to grow for the financial sectors, it was down 20% year-over-year for industrial borrowers and in particular, non-investment grade issuance was down 33% compared with the first quarter of 2004.
The boulevard and side streets will be closed to other traffic in segments as the cattle and riders move along
, sheriff's Sgt.
The industry continues to move along
a path of migration toward converged cellular and WLAN networks," said Dr.
Raleigh realizes that preschool children tend to have short attention spans, so she makes sure the classes move along
quickly and contain lots of hands-on activities.
He reports that spirals of air move along
the robot's wings.