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Muaddi’s summer collection for Fenty introduced a new inverted stiletto heel which carries on into the duo’s latest collection.
If you rotate an electron by 360 degrees, its state will be inverted, just as an arrow, when moved around a 2D Möbius strip, comes back around pointing the opposite way.
WHAT IS A PARTICLE?NATALIE WOLCHOVERNOVEMBER 12, 2020QUANTA MAGAZINE
Our approach applies DeepCT over each passage in the corpus, and stores the context-aware term weights in an ordinary inverted index to replace tf.
Depending on the identity and influence of the complainant, it may even completely invert their opinion of you.
I also learned the power of what they called an inverted pyramid, where the leadership team is at the bottom of the pyramid, because we bear the weight for the actions that we take and the decisions that we make.
The logic is appealing because it inverts the basic case against the filibuster even as it accepts most of its premises.
Keep your hips high and your heels low, and engage your core to maintain the inverted-V position throughout the movement.
It is only necessary to have a zinc, or a galvanized tray on which to stand the glass in an inverted position.
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A world of sky and water, with ships and boats, resting on their own inverted images, in the midst.
Um could reach the highest shelf without standing on an inverted rice-pot, or the even more precarious fish-cleaning bench.
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