(n.) A circular tread; a gait by which a horse going sideways round a center makes two concentric tracks.
(n.) A sudden movement to avoid a thrust.
(n.) The unit of electro-motive force; -- defined by the International Electrical Congress in 1893 and by United States Statute as, that electro-motive force which steadily applied to a conductor whose resistance is one ohm will produce a current of one ampere. It is practically equivalent to / the electro-motive force of a standard Clark's cell at a temperature of 15¡ C.
(1) A case of unilateral anterior dislocation of the shoulder after a shock of 380 volts is presented here.
(2) High voltage stimuli were always effective, while when the pulse amplitude was reduced to 3.8 volt stimuli were uneffective except when occurring after extremely long asystolic pauses.
(3) Proper provision of ground-fault circuit interrupter protection, particularly at temporary work sites, could have prevented most of the deaths from 110-volt AC.
(4) The board samples as many as eight channels, giving 12-bit resolution for signals between plus and minus 2.5 volts.
(5) No grounds for the commission’s volte-face have yet been published, but the Guardian has seen a draft of the EU decision from last October, suggesting that one key decider had been that Hinkley advanced an EU ‘common interest’ around security of supply.
(6) Add to that a dangerous nuclear deal with Iran (as Republicans and Israel’s government see it) and the apparent impotence in the face of Islamic State and the Afghanistan volte-face looks, to political foes at least , like clinching proof of serial failure by the commander-in-chief.
(7) The Volt, which will start production late next year, could be capable of travelling up to 40 miles (64km) on a single charge before its small petrol engine kicks in to power the car and recharge the battery.
(8) Electrical stimulation of the vagal trunk with 10 Hz in frequency, 3 ms in duration and 15 volt in intensity for 10 s in cats produced an excitatory response of the stomach and the response was composed of two phases, an initial rapid excitation during stimulation period and the late multi-peak response after stimulation period.
(9) The purpose of this study was to compare the effectiveness of both high volt galvanic current (HVG) and isometric exercise to strengthen the quadriceps femoris muscles in 17 healthy subjects.
(10) Stun gun torch Facebook Twitter Pinterest The Zap Light sends one million volts between six metal prongs at the front of its torch.
(11) So, should you incur a public-spirited 50,000-volt warning shot – perhaps for brandishing your pension book in an aggressive manner or because a young PC has mistaken your tartan shopping trolley for a piece of field artillery – don't accidentally shout "Oh fuck!"
(12) Two platinum or stainless steel electrodes were placed in the tumor and around 10 volts of direct current was passed for 1 hour.
(13) Operation is controlled by a microprocessor which regulates and controls the addition of reagents and collects and displays the data as time, temperature in volts, and the pH.
(14) Stimulation was performed using a baby Medtronic stimulator coupled to a Vygon amplifier delivering an output of 30 volt.
(15) The volte face was a result of Russian blackmail, the Lithuanian president's office said as senior officials in Brussels said Yanukovych was sacrificing the hopes and wishes of most of his countrymen on the altar of Russian money and contracts.
(16) The maximal intensity which is easily recorded, e.g., by a tracking volt-meter, is proportional to the concentration of the reduced nucleotide.
(17) 3) He thinks the Nissan Leaf and GM Volt are "not great products" What Nissan’s doing with the Leaf is sincere.
(18) The move comes in advance of the release this year of the Nissan Leaf and Chevy Volt, which promise to deliver driving distances of 40 miles or more on a single battery charge and are being marketed to middle-class families.
(19) Before this we’d won nothing for years.” The government’s volte-face means that tens of thousands of the very poorest households on the brink of catastrophe – victims of domestic violence or flooding, homelessness, or those made penniless by sudden financial crises – will in theory still be able to turn to the state, rather than the loan shark, for “last resort” help.
(20) A convenient method of interstitial radiation therapy can be quickly and easily accomplished using absorbable Vicryl-125I sutures which offer these general advantages: long shelf life, 60 day half-life; low energy, 28 kilo electron volts, permitting patients to leave the hospital; good geometric and anatomic distribution of 125I seeds which remain in place after implantation; less radiation exposure to the operating and attending personnel due to this low energy plus the reduced exposure time provided by quick implantation; removal unnecessary, reducing exposure time; implantation using minor surgical equipment; dosage determination easily calculated; hospitalization, from the standpoint of radioactivity, unnecessary.
(n.) A unit of power or activity equal to 107 C.G.S. units of power, or to work done at the rate of one joule a second. An English horse power is approximately equal to 746 watts.
(1) Using an oil painting by G.F. Watts displayed in the National Portrait Gallery of London, we made an attempt to diagnose the dermatological alterations recognizable.
(2) Shannon Watts, founder of Moms Demand Action, welcomed Target’s shift in policy.
(3) Twenty watts constant wave Nd-YAG laser operating at 1.06 micron was enough to produce complete A-V block in approximately 15 sec.
(4) The data shows the power (watts) delivered by the monopolar probe to be approximately six times that of the bipolar probe.
(5) Furthermore, a significant correlation between maximal creatine kinase levels and plasma ANF levels at a 75-watt workload and a significant inverse correlation between left ventricular ejection fraction and plasma ANF levels at a 75-watt workload were observed.
(6) This is a report on our experience with the EPICS C (Coultronics) cytometric flux apparatus, a screening cell analyzer, employing a laser ray (2 or 5 watts); we obtained good results to analyze immunologically-tagged mononuclear blood cells with or without prior separation: for rhythm, repeatability, and contamination.
(7) Power (25 watts) was delivered via the Primus (Technomatix) transrectal microwave applicator with simultaneous cooling of the rectal mucosa (between 12 and 14C).
(8) When Watts Bar 2 is fully operational, it will be the 100th operating nuclear power plant in the US, the country with the most nuclear power stations in the world.
(9) He said Watts was a “pleasant lady” but described Wright as a “cold fish Craig”.
(10) Busy job so no good for @ patrickwintour — Nicholas Watt (@nicholaswatt) June 14, 2012 3.18pm: Cameron says it would be "overbureaucratic" to make a note of every time a politician met an editor.
(11) In a swipe at Corbyn, Scottish Labour leader Kezia Dugdale, addressing the meeting, said: “Never forget, the best way to represent and deliver for working people will always be from the government benches.” After the meeting, the former Labour MP Lord Watts confronted Seumas Milne, Corbyn’s head of communications, and told him he was “a disgrace”.
(12) I can't make myself into a big, powerful rider who can put out 300 watts per hour.
(13) Like a great many people in what was at that time an industrial country, I grew up in a landscape that was interestingly pockmarked with successive eras of exploitation, and all of it so commonplace that beyond a mention of its origins, Watt's engine or Crompton's spinning mule, it never found a place in the history books.
(14) What was it that they saw or heard that threatened our society,” Labor MP Tim Watts asked in response to the Christensen motion.
(15) The application of argon blue-green laser treatment at 0.1 watt for 60 seconds at two adjacent points on a feeder vessel was found to give rise to permanent vascular occlusion without causing complications.
(16) Photograph: Alan Richardson for the Guardian Watt’s wife, Johanna Basford, whose rise has neatly paralleled his (she is the author and illustrator of a phenomenally successful series of adult colouring books that have so far sold 15m copies) also told me at the launch: “They work harder than anyone I know.
(17) In an open-paired comparison, sunscreens with low, medium and high SPF were examined under identical test conditions using either a 150-watt xenon-arc solar simulator or a set of four 300-watt Osram Ultravitalux bulbs as the UV source.
(18) Trade union membership and political affiliation are classified as sensitive information by the law and require a greater level of protection than simply personal information,” Watts said.
(19) To determine the effects and the underlying mechanisms of sudden rise of impedance during radiofrequency (RF) catheter ablation, 60 RF applications were delivered to isolated preparations of ventricular myocardium at three different power levels (mean: 3.7, 11.3, 19.3 watts).
(20) The authors made a histopathological study of 53 haemorrhagic ulcers of the gastric mucosa of the dog, photocoagulated using an Argon laser apparatus (delivering a power of 6 watts at the tip of the fibre).