In more general terms, spinning
reserves are reserves that are quick to come online and are typically used as bridge power to supply the grid with energy until longer-duration assets can come online.
When a disk is viewed edge-on from Earth, material heading toward the back side of the black hole recedes from our planet, while material spinning
toward the front approaches us.
In spite of significant developments and refinements of the system, following the commercial acceptance of the Open-end spinning
, many new spinning
systems were developed, some of which have gained popularity.
is an act of disorientation, and through that disorientation, control.
Gayle Pinkston loves the gossamer texture of cotton tufts as they are pulled through her hand by a spinning
Wartime, then, brought conditions conducive to change in the Irish linen industry, both in the composition of its gendered wor force, and in the application of new technologies to spinning
flax and weaving linen.
MDA systematically enforces its rights through cease-and-desist letters and public awareness initiatives including advertisements, direct mailings, fitness club displays and events including its annual World Spinning
and Sports Conference.
In 1934, Anton Formhals patented a spinning
technology that produced synthetic fibers with the aid of an electric field.
It's a spin-in, where wool turns to yarn and conversations to spinning
, weaving, carding and the satisfaction that comes from making by hand what most buy from the store.
Businesses offering indoor cycling instruction or products are encouraged to contact MDA to ensure that use of any Spinning
related trademarks is consistent with MDA's rights.
All fermions have spin, a magnetic trait analogous to the spinning
of a top.
With no foot or hand brakes on these aerodynamic cycles, the verbal chant ``Keep on spinning