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Therefore, the aims of this study were to investigate whether land-based and tethered swimming strength tests can explain swimming performance in 200-meter front crawl and whether these tests were able to identify bilateral symmetry in force production.
A spokesman for the RSPCA said: "We visited Hatton Country Park after concerns were raised about a dog who was tethered in a pen and appeared to be unable to reach her puppies.
Meanwhile, cost and portability are holding back high-end tethered VR from reaching its full potential.
A general three-dimensional equation of motion of tethered N-body systems was derived and the dynamic behavior during the station-keeping phase was investigated via numerical simulations [11].
The MobileView tethered operator interface puts the terminal in the operator's hands to increase productivity and safety.
The move is the latest in a long-running row over the numbers of illegally tethered horses in the South Bank and Grangetown areas of Teesside.
It set out a proposed procedure for enforcing the removal of unlawfully loose and tethered horses.
It is estimated that between 200 and 400 horses are illegally tethered at any one time.
TWO people who left their cat tethered to a wall with a washing line were banned from owning pets for 10 years.
For example, untethered egg masses of the squid Sepioteuthis australis showed higher mortality than those that remained tethered (Steer and Moltschaniw-skyj, 2007).
The cord is secondarily tethered, the filum terminale is thickened (>2 mm) and there is evidence of previous wide laminectomies at L2/3.
The Nereus engineering team knew that to reach these depths, a tethered robot using traditional technologies would be prohibitively expensive to build and operate.