Characterizing human hand prehensile
strength by force and moment wrench.
general shape, fur, prehensile
tail; Mann, 1978) (see Figure 1b).
It appears to have secured itself for transport using its prehensile
Lasch held that the elites--by which he meant not just the super-wealthy but also their managerial coat holders and professional apologists--were undermining the country's promise as a constitutional republic with their prehensile
greed, their asocial cultural values, and their absence of civic responsibility.
The Great Ape sat on the bar and operated the taps with his prehensile
feet until the barmaid came over.
They present many adaptations to benthic life, such as vertical body posture, a prehensile
tail and highly sedentary behavior (Schmid & Senn 2002).
Being told you have a dive reflex may sound as worrying as discovering you have a prehensile
tail, but Roxanne, the formerly unsporty ad agency girl who's selected, is chuffed to bits, even if it involves wearing a wetsuit and, alarmingly, coughing up blood.
The genesis of this research came from the efforts of Sperber to "explain why evolution did not make the manifold flaws in reasoning go the way of the prehensile
tail and the four-legged stride" (Cohen, 2011, p.
12) One of his arguments concerned the ontological differences between the human hand and the animal paw, his view being that animals do not have hands, they only have prehensile
Play now is more likely to expose our youngsters to the risk of repetitive strain injury, or early onset prehensile
They will then hold onto a piece of seaweed with their prehensile
(grasping) tail, and remain still to ambush small prey as it swims by.
Wider field experience will reveal the prehensile
limits of the contemporary pilot.