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A train’s seismic signature can vary with the train’s velocity, the spacing between its wheels, and the stiffness of the ground under its rails.
Philadelphia’s offensive efficiency continues to lag despite offseason moves aimed at improved spacing, and Harden could have single-handedly fixed those problems.
For a typical hydrogen bond, the spacing between those energy levels would decrease as the atom climbed further up the energy ladder.
To scientists working at such minute scales, these “recharging” periods are strong candidates for the source of the spacing effect.
Masks and social distancing are required, including limiting seating and arranging spacing on the train.
We have the same understanding of the game, the spacing and where your teammates are.
I got to spend a lot of time at the 3-point line, just to make sure there’s some spacing.
They had hired extra teachers to shrink class sizes, set up tents for outdoor instruction and installed expensive audio-­visual systems in classrooms to allow teachers to simultaneously teach students in class and at home, for additional spacing.
In a perfect world, the Aces could take a few more 3-pointers and thus not have to move so often to generate proper floor spacing.
Some schools are holding in-person classes again, with rules for spacing and masks.

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