The centre of gravity
of the world economy is undoubtedly leaving the old "Atlantic" world of Europe and North America and moving towards Asia, but how far and how fast this process goes remains to be seen.
Balance is defined as the process of maintaining the position of the body's centre of gravity
vertically over the base of support and relies on rapid, continuous feedback from visual, vestibular and somatosensory structures and then executing smooth and coordinated neuromuscular actions (see Nashner, 1997, pp.
Hiking, climbing and activities that challenge one's centre of gravity
such as dancing or involve balancing on one leg ( like tai chi) can also keep you steady on your feet.
Bejan and Jones cite past studies of the human body which found that on average, the centre of gravity
is about three percent higher in blacks than whites.
Salmond said: "The centre of gravity
in Scottish politics is not currently independence.
In those days the aircraft's captain had to calculate his plane's centre of gravity
Just 75 Unipower GT's were produced, combining light weight, a low centre of gravity
and low aerodynamic drag from a body just 40.5 inches high, offering excellent performance and handling characteristics.
This is particularly noticeable by elderly men who have to cope with a low centre of gravity
, such as in my case, when one finds the pants slipping down, which can be quite alarming.
The onboard weight and balance system is designed to provide measurements of the 777 Freighter's weight and centre of gravity
All the company is saying about the new engine is that it is a Boxer unit which makes it more compact and gives the vehicles a lower centre of gravity
All the company is saying about the new engine is that it is a Boxer unit, just like the current crop of petrol engines, which makes it more compact and gives the vehicles a lower centre of gravity
Today, however, with a new porter's lodge, Hodder has subtly shifted the site's centre of gravity
, without destroying any of Jacobsen's original clarity.