internal forces

internal forces

musculoskeletal-generated forces (i.e. counteract or overcome external forces acting on the body) maintaining upright posture and permitting gait
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Aligning a structure's internal forces can free up a lot of energy that otherwise would be spent working around unnecessary barriers.
Hardest hit by the lack of relocations and dropoff in expansions was the White Plains CBD, where internal forces just could not make up the difference between this year and last.
doing everything possible to avoid" further descent into violence, but he also implied that more needs to be done in a country where ethnic and sectarian relations have been poisoned for decades by external and internal forces.
Proposition 2b: The TMT effect will be greatest when the mandate is shared and aligned between external and internal forces, ceteris paribus.
While external or internal forces drive the first three objectives, only the fourth, decision support, can actually make money.
The Iraqi internal forces and the military first must be well-integrated and trained to maintain internal security and order.
Following the 2003 US-led invasion and the dismantling of the Ba'athist regime, many state and non-state players moved into Iraq, starting a vicious cycle of violence along with internal forces which had been unleashed.
Because of its unique track design, GKN Driveline's countertrack(TM) system balances internal forces within a joint to improve operating efficiency by reducing energy losses due to heat and friction.
The class will cover how external forces, such as economy and context, and internal forces, such as proposed function, environment, budget, schedule, and desired image, affect design.
Observers are comparing the situation to two seasons ago when internal forces, in which Landreau played a leading role, altered the fortunes of the club and led to the French championship crown.