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DIVERS SUFFERING
OXYGEN BENDS
NUMBER
GRAVITY BENDS
FIRST ORDER BENDS
PERSON BENDS FORWARD
CUMULATIVE SPERM WHALE BONE DAMAGE
REFRACTING TELESCOPE
LINEAR PERFORATION
ROCK CLIMBING KNOTS
ASHTAAVAKRA
BENDS INWARD
HAMMER-ONS
RADIOHEAD
ALPINE BUTTERFLY BEND
CARRICK BEND
PRESS BRAKE
ANIMATED ROPE KNOTS
FAULT BENDS
KNEE BENDS
INTERESTING BENDS
RIVER BENDS
HAIRPIN BENDS
SHARP BENDS
DCS
DECOMPRESSION SICKNESS
GROUND
HUNDREDS
SOUTH
LOCATION
WHETHER
COMMON
PRACTICE
PERSON
MIDDLE
BODY
FORMS
PLACE
WAY
LINE
DOWNS
STRUCTURE
SYMMETRICAL
FAULTS
SCUBA DIVING
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Review of Short Phrases and Links

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Definitions

  1. Bends, The - A common term for decompression sickness.
  2. Bends are used to join the ends of two lengths of rope to form one longer piece. (Web site)
  3. Bends are essential for most blues and rock harmonica due to the soulful sounds the instrument can bring out. (Web site)
  4. Bends are also used in order to fasten two or more lines to each other in a large loop in order to create a sling or similar lifting device.
  5. Most bends are designed to join lines of similar diameter and material.

Divers Suffering

  1. They were evangelists for the purchase of hyperbaric around the world to provide lifesaving facilities for divers suffering from "the bends". (Web site)

Oxygen Bends

  1. Experiments carried out on goats at the Admiralty Experimental Diving Unit (AEDU) in 1945 demonstrated that oxygen bends are possible. (Web site)

Number

  1. The length of a male's urethra, and the fact it contains a number of bends, makes catheterisation more difficult.
  2. For most of the journey between Drumshanbo and Ballinamore it ran alongside the public road and crossed at a number of bends.

Gravity Bends

  1. The cluster is so massive and so compact that its gravity bends and focuses the light from galaxies that lie behind it.

First Order Bends

  1. FIG. 5 is another diagram of a portion of an archwire 50 in which first order bends have been installed. (Web site)

Person Bends Forward

  1. Usually the lower part of the back is involved and the pain worsens when a person bends forward.

Cumulative Sperm Whale Bone Damage

  1. Cumulative sperm whale bone damage and the bends. (Web site)

Refracting Telescope

  1. A star diagonal is a simple mirrored device on some refracting telescope that bends the light 90 degrees. (Web site)

Linear Perforation

  1. Again, the bent sheet components by linear perforation were not designed to bear significant unsupported loads along the bends. (Web site)

Rock Climbing Knots

  1. There are generally two methods to use the Figure of Eight Knot Water Knot is a kind of Bends that is one of the commonly used rock climbing knots.

Ashtaavakra

  1. Ashtavakra or Ashtaavakra in sanskrit means "eight bends". (Web site)

Bends Inward

  1. Invagination: a sheet of cells (called an epithelial sheet) bends inward. (Web site)

Hammer-Ons

  1. Essential information on how to get all the great rock guitar sounds, from classic 1950s lick to pull-offs, hammer-ons, bends and the slide.

Radiohead

  1. Having developed the other new songs on tour, Radiohead completed the album in the UK in late 1994, releasing The Bends in May 1995.
  2. Other bands have also noted Radiohead as an influence, particularly albums The Bends and OK Computer.

Alpine Butterfly Bend

  1. However, the Alpine Butterfly Bend has some potential advantages over the other three bends. (Web site)

Carrick Bend

  1. Carrick bend (untieable) and or surgeons knot (jamming) are two other bends that y'all should be familiar with.

Press Brake

  1. Moreover, the bends may be produced precisely without using a press brake. (Web site)
  2. A Press Brake is a special type of machine press that bends sheetmetal into shape.

Animated Rope Knots

  1. Knots Gallery A gallery of animated rope knots and bends.

Fault Bends

  1. Fault steps are features similar, in many ways, to fault bends (see the previous fact). (Web site)

Knee Bends

  1. Traditional Appalachian clogging is characterized by deep knee bends and a "drag-slide" motion of the foot across the floor.

Interesting Bends

  1. Notable Knot Index - New, useful, and interesting bends, loops, hitches, and knots.

River Bends

  1. Below the junction of the Cuando River and the Zambezi the river bends almost due east. (Web site)

Hairpin Bends

  1. The journey there is breath taking from Kalamata on the Langadha pass, with a series of hairpin bends to negotiate.
  2. Excellent roads prevail along the route to Mussoorie with a lot of hairpin bends which makes for a thrilling drive.

Sharp Bends

  1. In addition, a FS is required because of shock loading, knots, sharp bends, and other stresses that rope may have to withstand during its use. (Web site)
  2. Those cables cannot take sharp bends, as the shield will kink, causing losses in the cable. (Web site)

Dcs

  1. The Bends, or joint pain, is the most common form of DCS, and accounts for 65 to 70% of reported aviation cases. (Web site)

Decompression Sickness

  1. There is big difference between decompression sickness (the bends), nitrogen narcosis, and various emboli that can be sustained by rapid decompression. (Web site)
  2. These dissolved gases must be allowed to release gradually from body tissues to prevent decompression sickness or the bends. (Web site)

Ground

  1. The flower of the Arachis hypogaea is borne above ground and after it withers, the stalk elongates, bends down, and forces the ovary underground. (Web site)

Hundreds

  1. The galaxy cluster Abell 1689 is so heavy that it bends the light from background galaxies into hundreds of gravitational arcs.
  2. There are literally hundreds of knot, bends and hitches. (Web site)

South

  1. It gradually bends to the south, coming out of the hills between Peshawar and Rawalpindi.
  2. The causeway doesnt run straight, it bends twice to the south, perhaps to make allowances for ground conditions, and it was built over several mastabas. (Web site)

Location

  1. One approach to this problem has been to try to control the location of bends in sheet material through the use of slitting or grooving. (Web site)

Whether

  1. The direction of the curve in structural scoliosis is determined by whether the convex (rounded) side of the curve bends to the right or left. (Web site)

Common

  1. It is particularly appropriate for very heavy rope or cable that is too large and stiff to easily be formed into other common bends. (Web site)
  2. Its use is especially common with thick or stiff cable that cannot be easily formed into the more common bends.
  3. In the United States, it is common for medical insurance not to cover treatment for the bends that is the result of recreational diving. (Web site)

Practice

  1. This practice creates long, straight poles which are better for working than naturally grown trees which have bends and forks. (Web site)
  2. Jockeys get plenty of practice on bends, straights, passing other horses, seeing a gap, closing a gap which gives great courage and tactics.

Person

  1. Gender bender is an informal term used to refer to a person who actively transgresses, or "bends," expected gender roles. (Web site)

Middle

  1. The middle scarcely bends at all.
  2. They will also dig along a 500-metre "spine" down the middle of the circus forming two hairpin bends for the chariot races. (Web site)

Body

  1. One of these is decompression sickness or "the bends," caused by breathing nitrogen or other gases under pressure, which are not metabolized by the body.

Forms

  1. All other forms are inferior and not recommended as bends. (Web site)

Place

  1. Although they may appear to be a viable alternative, binding knots should never be used in place of bends, as they are far more likely to slip.

Way

  1. Moscow is a large metropolis located on the Moskva River, which bends its way through the city.

Line

  1. Danny Warwick was clamped to the line by Chris Kerr round the opening bends and ended up at the back. (Web site)

Downs

  1. A look into the Geiranger fjord was well worth driving all those bends and ups and downs.

Structure

  1. Sharp bends enable strong coupling of one bent structure to another structure. (Web site)

Symmetrical

  1. The Carrick Bend is most likely the nearest of the bends to perfect in that it is symmetrical.

Faults

  1. Other rift valleys are the result of bends or discontinuities in horizontally-moving (strike-slip) faults. (Web site)
  2. As a result, Earth's interior may manifest faults, or fractures in rocks, as well as folds, or bends in the rock structure. (Web site)

Scuba Diving

  1. The "bends" is today readily associated with SCUBA diving.
  2. Decompression sickness, also called caisson workers' disease and the bends, is the most well-known complication of scuba diving. (Web site)

Front

  1. The front of my Honda moves quite a bit and causes me problems and twice during the last session I missed bends and went straight off. (Web site)
  2. The subducting plate bends and forms a fore-arc basin in front of the overriding plate—an elongated, deep asymmetric basin. (Web site)

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