crawling


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The crawling man gave a low whistle, which I did not answer.
One of the reasons the relationships between size and speed have not been fully explored is that the mechanism of propulsion in crawling gastropods is variable (Miller, 1974a).
A major category that showed promise and helped the DaaS industry segment grow was Web Crawling and Data Extraction.
Study Design: Cross-sectional, analytical inferential that uses surface electromyography (sEMG) to measure muscle activation cervical-brachial axis of the right shoulder in healthy subjects during front crawl swimming and crawling with and without tube.
I crawled out of the swamp and I'm not crawling back in," he added.
org), which has been crawling and storing huge swaths of the web before it goes away and serving it up for free afterward so we can revisit web years gone by and long-forgotten sites.
Virtual integration and surfacing techniques are used for crawling the web behind HTML forms.
TO combat kerb crawling the team has researched and established a 'Change' programme.
Guthrie's article "The Art of the Crawl" (May 2009) lists four hazards encountered in crawling up on a gobbler.
In the past, different types of crawling systems have been developed to serve different kinds of information retrieval and text mining system demands.
2 : to go very slowly or carefully <Traffic was crawling along.