contact period

contact period

period during stance phase of gait extending from heel strike (HS) (i.e. contact of the posterior lateral border of the heel with the support surface) to foot flat (FF) (i.e. contact of entire weight-bearing area of the foot with the support surface), during which the lower limb undergoes rapid deceleration and the foot functions as a mobile adaptor (to counteract impact forces of approximately 115% of body weight)
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As a result of this problem, Randeniya said the two parties agreed to recruit housemaids through reputed companies to ensure guarantee of these workers' stay in the Kingdom during the contact period.
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These devices have a greater possibility of leaching something out into the body because of the long contact period.
Louise Burkhart is a preeminent scholar of the contact period in Mexico and her fine studies have illuminated the way in which Spanish Catholic culture meshed with indigenous ideas.
At the end of the contact period, the percentages of the fruit flies that survived were tallied.
We suggest that they nevertheless belong to the Contact period and that the concentration on themes of ceremony and continuity in traditional motifs may have been influenced by the particularly violent history of this region.
Since 2008 our team has been working to document contact period rock art in north-western and western Arnhem Land.
Based on this examination from colonialist and agency perspectives, the most successful early contact period European strategy for contending with North American natives was the Great Lakes French trade negotiations to assimilate the natives.
The event will feature presentations on Native American culture during the Contact Period, Native American and European interaction, and sessions focused on the French and Indian War, as well as the Revolutionary War.
The second chapter argues that, in the contact period, religion and culture went hand-in-hand such that there were possibilities for the intermingling of Aboriginal and European cultural practices, such as music, to forma new hybridized culture.
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A contact period occurs when an individual is away overnight from his or her abode located outside of the state and, while away, spends at least some portion (no matter how minimal) of each of two consecutive days in the state.