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Version 3--Follow the same pattern as Version 2 except instead of flipping your right stick, throw the right stick to your partner and catch your partner's right stick.
Sometimes spiders spin their webs across the trail, so I use my stick to gently move them out of the way.
If engineers can figure out how to imitate a tree frog's foot, we might someday have car tires that stick to the road even when the road's wet.--E.
The other chimp learned to manipulate the stick to lift a hook that moved the block and allowed the food to roll into the chute.
Joe copied the second stick from the left of the four upper sticks and repeated it five times below the target stick to make a stick that was the same length as the target.
Jim Noble, who needs the stick to get around, was helping at the Huddersfield Railway Modellers annual open day at Stonefield Mills at Tanyard Road in Milnsbridge on Saturday .
2 WHEN YOU INSTALL THE SECOND END STICK, ATTACH ONE SIDE OF THE STICK TO THE FRAME.
Cut the stick to the desired length--five feet is often a good length.
THE Echo has the latest high-tech pogo stick to give away to one lucky reader who answers the following question:
As-yet-unidentified adhesion molecules make cancer cells stick to the cells lining these blood vessel walls, Pienta and his colleagues suggest.