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crawling

A slow and inefficient mode of movement, such as is seen in early childhood, in which the hands and knees are on the floor, and much of the effort of forward movement is generated by the flexion and extension of the shoulders and hips.
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One fan wrote: "The lads on #loveisland crawling out of the villa making their great escape, has made up for the last 90 minutes watching the lads on #ENGBEL making their "great" escape"
Better expandability is needed in efficient crawling of information in different sites as the programming language and code editor are different in different websites.
Within individual animals, the frequency of pedal waves is positively correlated with crawling speed (Crozier and Pilz, 1924; Denny, 1981; Donovan and Carefoot, 1997; Pavlova, 2001; Lai et al., 2010).
Taking the Web data extraction game a step ahead, this new dashboard is set to pique the interest of all web crawling enthusiasts.
Nina, a nine-year-old character in the Crawling with Monsters script,
Objective: To compare the activation of the muscles of cervical-brachial axis of the right shoulder and synergists in the execution of crawling and crawl tube with and without extrapolation to clinical practice in Therapeutic Physical Activity programs (AFT).
"In my opinion, she has been struck while on her knees or crawling, then was struck again while lying down with her head near the bedroom door."
Be careful not to injure the bladder while crawling the fingers into position.
But it is crawling, storing, and providing access to a very useful subset of the web as it existed in the past.
This paper figures out a procedure for crawling and indexing data and URL's behind the AJAX powered forms.