The fulcrum between hiding and revelation of identity sits in a different place than for those who are more clearly part of defined communities.
The original form of a balance consisted of a beam with a fulcrum at its center. The person able to swing over the fulcrum with the longest swing arms is the winner.
The first were quite primitivethe bicycle teeter-totter was a foot 4x4 piece of wood with a 3-foot fulcrum. Water is then lifted into the beak by capillary action the authors used a triangular sponge and carried past the fulcrum. The distances "a" and "b" are the perpendicular distances between the forces and the fulcrum. The boiler was mounted forward of this point, and thus its rear was supported at fulcrum level. The inner fulcrum mounting is adjacent to the bottom of the differential casing.
A piano key is a compound lever of the first-class, since the fulcrum is between the weight to be moved and the power. The engine's flywheel could be provided with a series of holes or teeth and a roller fulcrum set into the frame at a convenient place.
A protrusion on one jaw acts as the fulcrum of a lever, to give a powerful tensioning force. A rider, with a small indentation for the fulcrum , can be moved incrementally along the stub to adjust tracking weight. The fulcrum of every world problem, in reality lies in our own minds and hearts. The swing will gain momentum and will, by skilful pumping, take a person over the fulcrum.
The sesamoid bones act as a fulcrum for the flexor tendons, the tendons which bend the big toe downward. Camming action is achieved by the position of the pointed fulcrum or pivot of the cam relative to the attachment of the tape. The outer end of the lower link pivots about a fulcrum shaft, which runs longitudinally through the bottom of each hub carrier.
As the lever pivots on the fulcrum , points farther from this pivot move faster than points closer to the pivot. The biaryl bond acts like a fulcrum and binding induces a mechanical stress elsewhere in a molecule. They too consider the meanings of normative terms as furnishing fulcra of normative disagreements. The two different surfaces of the wedge actuate the fulcrums at different rates, which cause the tips to move at the same rate through the different lever arms. The lateral sclerites usually comprise two plates on either side, closely hinged together so as to form a fulcrum between the head and prothorax.
Rather than fading, the segregationists' crime-race argument was reframed, with a slightly different veneer, and became the fulcrum of the conservative's proposed agenda on crime. Their practices and policies were the fulcrum around which questions of women's work were discussed and elaborated.
Culinarily speaking, it forms a fulcrum for religious and cultural law. Adaxial two-thirds of anterior border straight, flexed backwards and downwards abaxially, thickened at fulcrum. The fulcrum shovel was indigenous to the coast and was not an introduction from the interior.
They operate through the flexure hinges, using the wedge as a fixed fulcrum. Mbulungish speech communities use a fulcrum shovel almost identical in appearance to ma-kumbal. Spring was in many ways the fulcrum of the twentieth century. Information then serves as an evocative and crucial fulcrum for this postmodernist view of our culture. The principle of two weights balancing a third equal one at half the distance from the fulcrum is the key of the theorem. My Dictionary. Word of the Day match point a situation in a game such as tennis when the player who is winning will win the match if they get the next point.
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