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Then, for reasons unknown to researchers, the whale switches to a loose corkscrew upward for the last 600 meters or so.
In my corkscrew travels I often like to revisit familiar, favorite regions looking for unfamiliar wines.
High-speed 3-D microscopy of human sperm swimming freely in the lab revealed that the cells corkscrew as they move, consistent with previous studies.
For example, if the magnetic fields arose during the electroweak phase transition, as Vachaspati proposed, then the resulting field lines should be helical, “like a corkscrew,” he said.
The path rose more steeply now with a spiral twist to the right like the final turn of a corkscrew.
I meant, we were both in love, he said with the ghost of a smile, if your corkscrew advances towards matrimony can be called love.
THE ROMANCE OF HIS LIFEMARY CHOLMONDELEY
There was a noise at the other end of the room, as if something was crawling up the iron corkscrew stair.
As it swallowed us we began to spiral rapidly around as though we were tobogganing down a giant corkscrew.
Here is a machine the central part of which resembles a great corkscrew or spiral constantly revolving.
THE HILLS AND THE VALERICHARD JEFFERIES
Close by Samarra stands a strange corkscrew tower, known by the natives as the Malwiyah.

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