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Years ago, Domokos had won renown by proving the existence of the Gömböc, a curious three-dimensional shape that swivels into an upright resting position no matter how you push it.
SCIENTISTS UNCOVER THE UNIVERSAL GEOMETRY OF GEOLOGYJOSHUA SOKOLNOVEMBER 19, 2020QUANTA MAGAZINE
He learned the flute and the upright bass — using fishing line for the strings — from other uncles, and his father taught him to play the tres, a small Cuban guitar.
CANDIDO CAMERO, ‘FATHER OF MODERN CONGA DRUMMING,’ DIES AT 99MATT SCHUDELNOVEMBER 12, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Store your toothbrush upright in a cool, dry place to prevent bacteria from growing.
WHEN TO REPLACE SMOKE DETECTORS, SPONGES, PILLOWS AND MORE, ACCORDING TO EXPERTSDANIEL BORTZNOVEMBER 10, 2020WASHINGTON POST
These qualities are not only essential for Nordies but anyone who wants to move fast, stay upright, and play outside in unpredictable terrain.
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Make sure each can is sitting upright on the canning rack, and keep at least a half an inch of space between each jar.
HOW TO CAN YOUR FAVORITE FOODS WITHOUT DYINGRACHEL FELTMANOCTOBER 13, 2020POPULAR SCIENCE
This vacuum cleaner from Shark is perfect for apartments thanks to its narrow, bagless design and ability to shape-shift between upright and handheld form factors.
VACUUMS THAT ARE GOOD ENOUGH TO GIVE AS PRESENTSPOPSCI COMMERCE TEAMOCTOBER 1, 2020POPULAR SCIENCE
Maybe you’ve heard someone use the phrase “skiing in the back seat” to describe bad form—that is, skiing with straightened legs and an upright stance, leaning back on your heels, and trying to make turns by pivoting from the back half of your skis.
6 EASY WAYS TO BE A BETTER SKIERHEATHER HANSMANOCTOBER 1, 2020OUTSIDE ONLINE
Harrison Butker knew his game-winning kick was money before it even passed through the uprights.
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For example, our bones and muscles develop the strength to keep our bodies upright against the force of Earth’s gravity.
SCIENTISTS SAY: MICROGRAVITYBETHANY BROOKSHIREJULY 27, 2020SCIENCE NEWS FOR STUDENTS
Some 200 million years ago, the animals left the tracks while walking upright on hind legs through a marshland.
THE CHALLENGE OF DINOSAUR HUNTING IN DEEP CAVESJOHN PICKRELLMAY 19, 2020SCIENCE NEWS FOR STUDENTS

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