It was determined to get inside [his] house." Previously, the bear had continuously prowled around Tietbohl's house for five or six weeks, and it had even managed to enter his house on three occasions by either pushing open a sliding glass door or by opening a latched door by pushing down
on a levered handle.
Placer Dome President and CEO John Willson, now retired, once called Crystallex "claim jumpers." Crystallex charged that the writer, Asensio, had a financial interest in pushing down
Crystallex's stock price.
The researchers needed to make sure the AFM tip wasn't pushing down
on the graphite surface too forcefully.
Who would have guessed the handrail/Leap of Faith-obsessed skate public would get so mesmerized by a kid pushing down
the street flipping his board?
Take turns pushing down
lightly on the back of your frogs to make them jump.
Besides these factors pushing down
the yen, an expected fall in manufacturing activity in Japan, translating into a fall in Japan's exports, could push down the country's trade surplus, dampening upward pressure on the yen, They said.
In this case, one force is the force of gravity pushing down
on Holm and the other force is the ground pushing up on him.
(Pretty amazing to the majority of us who reside in San Diego, where just pushing down
the sidewalk can lead to a ticket.)
Then, by pushing down
on the vesicle with a carbon fiber, the researchers force a waist to develop.
On the other hand, selling to lock in profits after recent gains weighed down the market, pushing down
energy and material-related shares in particular, they said.
Repeatedly pushing down
on the victim's chest compresses the heart between the sternum (breastbone) and the backbone.
The researchers suspect that pushing down
on the crystal at a step causes a few ions to move apart slightly, making them vulnerable to removal by water molecules.
That's because the air at high altitudes is under less pressure; there's less air pushing down
Hanson of the University of Northern Iowa in Cedar Falls and his coworkers noticed that by pushing down
very hard when drawing a bow across a string, it was possible to create low-pitched sounds having frequencies below a string's fundamental frequency.
That's because the air high in Earth's atmosphere is under less pressure; there's less air above it pushing down
. So the molecules that make up the air--mainly nitrogen and oxygen--are free to float farther away from each other.