We evaluated several indicators of their escape response: (1) reaction time, the time to begin an escape; (2) the number of claps
until the scallop no longer responded to stimulation (i.
One of the leading dancers improvised clapping rhythms which the audience followed, then the claps
were softer as the audience listened closely to two fingers being tapped on a palm, and followed suit.
Because the clapping provides a rigid 4/4 rhythmic accompaniment to the song, the minim at the end of the first line of each verse of the text is accompanied by two claps
while the dotted minim at the end of the second line is accompanied by three claps
(though the dotted minim at the end had only one clap
, providing a rather perfunctory ending).
Like audiences who believe that Tinker Bell will come back to life if they clap
loud enough, Canadian entertainment writers and other like-minded uninformed souls have taken to wishing for the impossible: that Nia Vardalos's My Big Fat Greek Wedding (MBFGW) be a Canadian film.
The "sound of one hand clapping" in Zen Buddhism is related to the concept of the "unstruck sound" in Indian philosophy as when one hand claps
, there is nothing for it to strike against.
Same as Step 1, except that the children were trained to clap
when given B1 and to wave when given B2 (B1[right arrow]clap
, B2[right arrow]wave).
Have some fun with it as you clap
your hands and shout to God with joy.
Some campers will gravitate toward playing drums, some will prefer to dance, and others may simply want to clap
The design was picked up by the club and now 16,000 one-off clap
banners will be placed on seats across the home areas of the John Smith's Stadium for Tuesday night's SkyBet Championship Yorkshire derby against Rotherham United.
I HAD to laugh at the letters criticising the SNP for refusing to clap
The songstress also received fame from her current solo single "Boom Clap
," which got featured in the recent teenage drama movie "The Fault In Our Stars.
Oh, Clammy Clammy - Clammy Clammy Clammy Clammy Clammy Lee," boomed from the home end, before "Sting Ray, clap clap clap