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To fly the farthest, the marshmallow should have an angle of release of about 45 degrees.
Written with a general audience in mind, The Farthest Shore is straight forward, informative, in-depth, and accessible.
Of all the top tennis players, the Williamses perhaps have strayed the farthest from the traditional white outfits.
Farthest North is Nansen's tale of how he deliberately took his ship, the Fram, into the pack ice of the Arctic Ocean and, in March 1895, made a dash for the pole with one companion and 28 dogs.
Pushing back the boundaries of space observation, French and Swiss astronomers say they have detected the farthest galaxy ever seen.
Why would an explorer choose to travel to the farthest regions of our world?
But this is to be expected from an event organized and choreographed by the farthest fringes of the Stalinist left.
His overview of current theories of just what space is explores the "patterns hidden in darkness that compel us to fear the night." From the molecular and subatomic world to the farthest reaches of the expanding universe, he explores the ramifications of dark matter and dark energy and details the advances astronomers are making in their quest to understand that which we can't see.
This ideal, when exported, is the farthest thing from imperialism.
You need to visually address as much of the new area as possible from the farthest distance away as possible.
1c), provided the angle of taper is sufficient and the source of the feed metal is at the heaviest section, Under these conditions, a favorable freezing pattern is assured because the metal that has flowed the farthest (and is therefore the coldest) is deposited in the thin section.
Farthest along those lines was SoulForce, whose witty Your Lies Ain't Workin' Now sent a lover packing, while the long-abused woman joined a group of exuberant female friends--all in gold hot pants.
Porewater nutrients declined exponentially with depth, except at the farthest station downstream.
Of the three mutuals that intend to tap into that kind of bonanza this year, Newark, N.J.-based Prudential seems to be the farthest along, but it may still have the farthest to go.
As a side effect, when a small external magnetic field is opposed to the magnet, the portion of the soft ferromagnet farthest from the hard ferromagnet may twist into alignment with the field.