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Depending on your skill level, riding a SUP in the whitewater may turn out to be half paddling and half swimming, so in terms of keeping cool, it was worth bringing along.
For example, if you’re a hot tub retailer some of your best links would come from local businesses that sell swimming pools.
Using automated tracking of swimming sperm and mathematical analyses of position data, Gadêlha and colleagues broke sperm tail movement down into two components.
It’s like someone swimming using just one side of the body, Gadêlha says.
Earth’s atmosphere refracts radio waves that pass through it, so LOFAR views the cosmos as if from the bottom of a swimming pool.
Fresh air and sunlight could limit cases in outdoor settings, or clusters could emerge in newly opened outdoor settings, such as swimming pools or summer camps.
She threw out her arms as if swimming when she walked, beating the tall grass as one strikes out in the water.
She spent much of her time in the water since she had acquired finally the art of swimming.
Charles Lamb once, while riding in company with a lady, descried a party denuded for swimming a little way off.
"I wonder if we couldn't fix up a regular swimming pool," he said, half to himself.
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