In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(of wire, material)flexibilidad feminine
- The chain's flexibility is to a limited degree controllable.
- Consistent with this premise, the corresponding loop in alpha-tubulin looses flexibility upon polymerization.
- I ended up going to a small assembler where flexibility was real.
- One measure of flexibility is whether you have full range of motion of the injured body part.
- For the professional and recreational athlete, improved flexibility decreases the chance of injury and enhances performance.
- Her fitness techniques focus on cardiovascular, resistance and flexibility training.
- It requires core strength, shoulder stability, lower-body power, and flexibility.
- The quality of my work has vastly improved and the flexibility of the material has enabled me to use it in so many ways.
- The mature consumer may benefit from the flexibility of a fabric like pleather.
- Some forward flex stiffness is good; too much flexibility gives you less ankle support and control.
- The last thing I would suggest technically is that you must really work on your stretching and overall flexibility.
- And the panel assesses hip flexibility by asking dancers to sit in a wide second position.
- Very few masters women or men retain the extreme flexibility to do this style.
- As bodies age, strength and flexibility become harder to maintain.
2(of arrangements, schedule, attitude)flexibilidad feminine
- Perhaps the zero tolerance rule is being applied without flexibility.
- According to Chakma, due to flexibilities in the system, no labour cuts will be made.
- In most spheres, there is some flexibility in gender roles.
- Templates should be available, but the product should provide flexibility for variations of design.
- There is also little demonstration of compassion, humor or flexibility in this work.
- The only flexibility in this theorem is choosing the order in which the values of k are used.
- If you have that flexibility within your starting line-up, great.
- Has the development of this term brought greater flexibility to this area of the law of contract?
- The flexibility of the medium is another attraction for artists.
- They offer the flexibility to buy anything from designer outfits to DVDs.
- Funds that are not tethered to a specific sector of the market can use that flexibility to temper risk.
- That takes away the flexibility of connecting from multiple locations.
- And it is one that owes much to a marked flexibility in monetary and fiscal policy.
- Flexibility of neuroendocrine response is an important aspect of adaptation to social context.
- Moreover, there is some flexibility in this national treatment standard.
- It is that very flexibility that makes Radio such an attractive medium to Alexander.
- The signing gives offensive coordinator Mike McCarthy good flexibility with his offensive line.
- The advantages include a high degree of flexibility in movement and torque.
- The paint spray process is entirely manual, for maximum paint color flexibility.
- This provides to our customers enormous system memory flexibility.
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