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In about twenty minutes our first buoy dipped, and at the touch of the second soon afterwards, we remained stationary as to elevation.
Of diversified habits innumerable instances could be given: I have often watched a tyrant flycatcher (Saurophagus sulphuratus) in South America, hovering over one spot and then proceeding to another, like a kestrel, and at other times standing stationary on the margin of water, and then dashing like a kingfisher at a fish.
After we had passed this desert we came into a country pretty well inhabited--that is to say, we found towns and castles, settled by the Czar with garrisons of stationary soldiers, to protect the caravans and defend the country against the Tartars, who would otherwise make it very dangerous travelling; and his czarish majesty has given such strict orders for the well guarding the caravans, that, if there are any Tartars heard of in the country, detachments of the garrison are always sent to see the travellers safe from station to station.
In this report, the global stationary cycle market has been broadly classified on the basis of product type, pricing of equipment, end-user, and geography.
I had moved forward from my original position behind him but I was stationary at the time.
Mills using rotating syphons may want to consider retrofitting their dryer cans with stationary syphons--which operate with less differential pressure and less blow through.
The stationary seal is keyed in place by pins or flats to prevent it from rotating, but at the same time, allowing the seal to move axially down the center line (figure 6).
They come in 30 to 380 tons with stationary, front-to-back shuttle, or turntable operation.
Most oceanographers presumed that stationary animals in the polar regions would need fewer chemical defenses than their tropical counterparts because polar ecosystems have far fewer species, suggesting animals there might face fewer potential predators.