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The three stairs fold maybe one of the more challenging folds, but when executed well, can give your jacket an excellent edge.
Future spaceships that humans use to explore other solar systems might be able to fold up and fit into a tiny space, since NASA engineers are exploring foldable designs that could be used on spacecraft today.
She had been told by her local otolaryngologist that she had a paralyzed vocal fold, and computed tomography of the neck with contrast had been negative.
Several regional and local folds have been formed on the hanging wall of MBT due to propagation of this regional decollement.
With support from partners like Bushnell, we're able to help lift up military families and honor the sacrifice our service men and women make to protect our freedom," said Major Dan Rooney, Folds of Honor founder.
Under continuous light, the vocal folds vibrate approximately 250 times per second while phonating at middle C.
Founded by Major Dan Rooney in 2007, Folds of Honor provides educational scholarships to the spouses and children of service members killed or disabled during US military service.
It is always possible to give the folds in any order with the following proviso.
Fold two of the corners on one end in toward the middle.
Hewlett Packard have come up with this Transformers-type of affair that folds up to something about the size of a pack of cards leaving room for something much more exciting.
Then use three more folds to fold it into eight equal rectangular parts as shown in Figure 4.