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(physiology) moving of a body part away from the central axis of the body abduction
large fast-moving predacious food and game fish; found worldwide Acanthocybium solandri , wahoo
trait of being active; moving or acting rapidly and energetically activeness , activity
(physiology) moving of a body part toward the central axis of the body adduction
act of moving forward toward a goal advance , advancement , forward motion , onward motion , procession , progress , progression
center, moving toward afferent , centripetal
moving inward afferent , centripetal
moving with grace agile , flexible , limber , lissome , lithe , supple
quickly and nimbly, moving agile , volant , volitant
air moving (sometimes with considerable force) from an area of high pressure to an area of low pressure air current , current of air , wind
transportation system for moving passengers or goods by air air transportation system
Russian physicist whose research into ways of moving electrons around atoms led to the development of masers and lasers for producing high-intensity radiation (1916-2002) Aleksandr Mikjailovich Prokhorov , Aleksandr Prokhorov , Prokhorov
moving about ambulant , ambulatory
moving or still pictures in contrasting colors that appear three-dimensional when superimposed anaglyph
mechanical device that prevents a vessel from moving anchor , ground tackle
film that gives life to non-moving object animation
point opposite in direction from the solar apex; the point the solar system is moving away from antapex
point on the celestial sphere toward which the sun and solar system appear to be moving relative to the fixed stars apex , apex of the sun's way , solar apex
optical illusion of motion produced by viewing a rapid succession of still pictures of a moving object apparent motion , apparent movement , motion , movement
freely moving joint in which the articulations allow only gliding motions articulatio plana , gliding joint
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