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rotate

(rō-tāt) [L. rotare, to turn]
To twist or revolve.

rotate

(of a corolla of a flower) having petals at right-angles to the axis forming a wheel shape.
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Push Pull Rotate was previously awarded "Best In Show" at the 2014 NAHB International Builders' Show, selected as the POP @ PCBC People's Choice Award Winner at the 2014 PCBC show in San Francisco, and earned an Innovation Award from Handy Magazine and the Handyman Club of America.
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Put it on a small piece of paper or cardboard so it can rotate freely.
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The weakside mid-court defender (WT5 in this scenario) rotates diagonally deeper to protect the heart of the "2 Press" as well as look to "shoot the gap" for the horizontal escape pass across the court.
A more sophisticated means of performing the traditional "target in" and "target out" comparisons to remove background signals is achieved with two target positions separated by a coil that rotates the spin ideally [pi] radians about the vertical (initial polarization) axis.
Rotate the spool until the check/fill plug is facing down.
Chairman and CEO John Paulsen of Rotate Black stated, "This is an important accomplishment for our company and our shareholders and potential investors.
At the same time, externally rotate at your shoulders (rotate the forearms toward your back).
Variable camshaft timing on both the intake and exhaust cams rotate the cams between the adjustment extremes in a stepless fashion.
If the hedge fails to force the dribbler to pick up the ball, the defender must continue to rotate over and set himself up to take the charge.