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Wigner showed that, deep down, “spin is just a label that particles have because the world has rotations,” said Nima Arkani-Hamed, a particle physicist at the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton, New Jersey.

What Is a Particle?Natalie WolchoverNovember 12, 2020Quanta Magazine

The risk-on rotation is in full swing as vaccine optimism continues to buoy global markets.

Then there’s the pitching staff, with familiar questions about filling out the rotation.

The rotation at quarterback marks a significant departure for Mendenhall during his time at Virginia.

This wasn’t like baseball, they said, where a new pitcher could be plugged into the starting rotation or a new hitter could be written into the lineup and simply do his thing.

Before Zimmerman decided against playing, that rotation was supposed to include Kendrick and Thames, a left-handed slugger.

Also working back into the regular rotation from an undisclosed ailment is senior defensive tackle DaShawn Crawford, who started 11 games last season.

Since it’s small, it spins pretty fast, doing a full rotation on its axis in less than four and a half hours.

Thrusters fire again for the “matchpoint burn” to match the spacecraft’s speed with the asteroid’s rotation.

If they do it, Atlanta will have to lean on one of the most untested rotations ever, but one that proved to be an unexpected strength against Cincinnati — and a lineup and bullpen that are sure to provide plenty of help, too.

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