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There are concepts for rollable display smartphones, outward-folding displays like the Huawei Mate X, and tri-folding smartphones that fold up like a wallet or a brochure.
Bubbles also change rapidly — their walls approach the speed of light as they fly outward — and feature quantum mechanical randomness and waviness.
In order for the shock wave to become an explosion, it must be driven outward with enough energy to escape the pull of the star’s gravity.
The person also had a cellphone mounted on his chest with the camera facing outward.
Starting near Neptune’s orbit and extending outward from there, these frozen objects have been doing their own thing for eons, blind to most planetary drama.
The ones at the shoulders should allow astronauts to reach outward and lift objects more easily while reducing risk of injury to the upper body.
Like two good friends, they have the wherewithal to go against the flow and migrate outward together, whereas each would migrate inward on its own.
Supination refers to rolling your feet outward upon landing, which is relatively uncommon.
His ability to hear everything seemingly allows him to push outward in every direction.
Some philosophers and cognitive scientists have even argued that the mind itself isn’t contained within the head, but rather extends outward into our surroundings.

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