From Table 3, in contrast to the symmetric airfoil, the rostrum
does experience a small amount of lift ([C.sub.l] = 0.024) at [alpha] = 0[degrees].
.--Rostra were measured according to the methods of Fierstine and Voigt (1996).
Both autism groups had significantly smaller measurements for the total corpus callosum and the rostrum
and genu; the oldest group also had reduced measurements in the splenium.
The current identification keys show that, for shrimps [greater than or equal to] 8 mm CL, the pink spotted shrimp has a proportionately longer rostrum
than the southern pink shrimp.
Alderton grabbed himself an early 18th birthday present when he reached the rostrum
on the penultimate day, thanks to a new personal best of 15min 27.15sec
Walker's main target is to grab more places on the rostrum
which both he and GSE team-mate, James Toseland, achieved in Spain.
A microphone on the rostrum
is a groan-making sight at any concert - this was no exception.
The British challenge has yet again more resembled an audition for Wacky Races than a serious assault on the rostrum
In the evening, with the terrific conductor Andrea Quinn on the rostrum
, the music glittered, raced, and shouted (see "Music, Maestra," Dance Magazine, July, page 40).
The 37-year-old from Carmoney came off his Aprilia at Donington Park's Coppice Corner while fighting for a rostrum
finish in the British GP.
Where speakers have traditionally used their time on the rostrum
to boast about brilliant discoveries, preternaturally accurate prophesies, or ingenious strategies, they now talk about missed opportunities, lack of foresight, errors in judgment, overconfidence, immaturity, remorse, and despair.
Before daybreak on July 12, Jim Foster of San Francisco's Society for Individual Rights and Madeline Davis of Buffalo, N.Y.'s Mattachine Society stood at the rostrum
and, as The Advocate reported, "spoke seriously for nearly half an hour about gay rights."