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lev·i·ta·tion

(lev'i-tā'shŭn),
Support of the patient on a cushion of air.
[L. levitas, lightness]
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levitation

(lĕv″ī-tā′shŭn) [L. levitas, lightness]
The subjective sensation of rising in the air or moving through the air unsupported. It occurs in dreams, altered states of consciousness, and certain mental disorders.
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Carl Jung, wrote that he had seen Home levitate in front of him several times.
"Our job in Levitate is to provide a new scientific basis that will enable cities and regions to make policy decisions that are the best for each circumstance."
Instead of depositing the droplets onto a substrate, the researchers used intense sound waves to levitate single droplets of water.
One major auto manufacturer quickly found the benefits for its employees and Levitate switched its marketing focus and ramped up production.
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The TinyLev can be fun for those who like building stuff and want to watch spiders levitate, or for teachers to build and try out with their students in class. The TinyLev should cost $70 if the parts are sourced correctly, Marzo said.
"Levitate will be going back to Doncaster and is grand," said his trainer John Quinn.
Hill: 8 Captain Cat, Gabrial's Kaka, Off Art, Tullius, 12 Whispering Warrior, 14 Bronze Angel, Consign, Levitate, 16 Jack's Revenge, One Word More, 20 Balty Boys, Chookie Royale, Mezzotint, Sweet Lightning, Tres Coronas, 25 bar.
Caption: How acoustic levitation works: Speakers create pockets of low pressure between sound waves (red and gold) that can levitate small objects.
LEVITATE benefited from the week delay in staging the William Hill Lincoln when landing the Doncaster feature in a tight finish.
LEVITATE landed the Lincoln at 20-1 in an extraordinary clean-up for the Yorkshire village of Malton.
This causes the vehicle to levitate, or float, slightly above the track.