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lower center

A center in the brainstem or spinal cord.
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Surprisingly, their results showed that the top-heavy bugs hovered stably while those with a lower center of mass could not maintain their balance.
said it will begin selling on March 28 a compact, rear-wheel-drive Subaru BRZ sports car, which the company claims to be a ''pure handling delight'' because of its lower center of gravity.
John, good catch, the Porsches do indeed have flat 6s, which are two opposing banks of three cylinders in the "boxer" configuration, laid flat for a lower center of gravity.
Operator-friendly controls make the TRX models productive and easy to learn and operate, and a lower center of gravity means more stability on hills and uneven terrain.
With machine guns mounted on the backs of jeeps, the army needed men with a lower center of gravity--that is, shorter--who'd be less likely to topple off while operating the guns.
Command Arms introduces its upgraded bipod, featuring a lower mounting design, which provides a wider stance and lower center of gravity.
What is different--and a first for Toro on this type of machine--are the tracks, which offer a lower center of gravity and a large footprint that increases stability on side hills while providing smoother operation over rugged terrain, said Toro.
The various modes can be selected via a switch on the lower center console, which activates an electronic control device located in front of the rear differential.
A recumbent bike with a lower center of gravity would help keep balance around sharp turns.
You could point out his lower center of mass, how he can change his velocity vector better or plant harder.
The $399 sci-fi shades incorporate a miniaturized screen in the lower center of one lens, letting you watch the multimedia action while staying in touch with your surroundings.
In addition, "crossovers have a lower center of gravity to decrease the rollover problem [a problem that sometimes occurs when heavier trucks and SUVs drive at high speed]," says Highbarger.