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Speaking about the new twists, which come in four shades, Sisley's UK make-up artist ambassador Tania Grier said: "They are so easy to apply, simply tap and twist.
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Pasternack's new waveguide twists are useful components when building a waveguide system, as they allow the waveguide to be turned at a precise angle in order to meet the mechanical and electrical constraints of the overall system.
The twists will be tighter, and therefore easier to pin.
In Figure 4 he twists backward and steps forward, shifting his weight for the purpose of creating a rebound twist in his lower-body.
Remember, these are uniform twist barrels that are supposed to have a uniform twist rate from back to front and not gain twists.
This is because conventional same-caliber handgun bullets of different weights do not differ as much in their flight characteristics as do different-weight/configuration rifle bullets, and because the stability effects of different rifling twists on handgun bullet flight tend not to be apparent at close ranges.
A sphere is relatively easy to stabilize, so early muzzle-loading rifles had twists such as 1:66".
EXERCISES Jumping twists: As you jump twist your hips one way and your torso the other.
The interlocking of these twists and countertwists gives the rope strength so that when yanked, it does not unwind.