(Rumors of free-floating asbestos hadn’t yet circulated.)
Some of the antibodies are attached to the free-floating channels.
One moment you couldn’t help thinking how silly those free-floating buds looked.
The first free-floating body was found in the Thames before 7am that Sunday morning.
But without a job, “I felt like I was free-floating, bobbing along on the ocean,” she says.
Gulfweed (Sargassum) is common as free-floating masses in the Gulf Stream and Sargasso Sea.
Members of the order Siphonophora, free-floating colonial hydrozoans, display an even greater variety of polymorphs.
(Campbell goes so far as to suggest that there is reason to think that there are actual cases of free-floating tropes (1981, 479)).
A free-floating meadow of seaweed almost as large as a continent lies between the United States and Africa in the North Atlantic Ocean.
The free-floating output strand can then, in turn, trigger another logic gate, causing a signal to travel through the circuit in a cascade.
Eliasson took twelve blocks of ice from free-floating icebergs and arranged them into a clock formation, allowing them to melt, to signify the passing of time.
The plain white walls appear to be free-floating, capturing the feeling of loss felt around the world following Kennedy’s assassination in Dallas on November 22, 1963.
MSCI itself pointed out in a consultation paper last year that distinguishing between strategic holdings and free-floating shares is, to some extent, a matter of judgment.
The slab is surrounded by soaring concrete walls that appear to be free-floating, capturing the feeling of loss felt around the world following Kennedy’s assassination on November 22, 1963.
The hydrophobic tails of the free-floating soap molecules attempt to evade water; in the process, they wedge themselves into the lipid envelopes of certain microbes and viruses, prying them apart.
I interviewed Eric Idle a couple of years ago, and he told me that, when he befriended George Harrison, he thought they occupied similar roles in their respective groups, as the “free-floating radical.”
The simplest examples of background matching are provided by the fish eggs and planktonic (free-floating) larval fishes that exist in the uniformly blue environment of the open sea—i.e., those that are pelagic.
An additional challenge is that as the free-floating anger they stoke finds community, it is escalating and souring into sometimes violent and ugly rhetoric — the kind of rhetoric that other Democratic contenders have fashioned into a major critique of Mr.
As Rana Foroohar for Financial Times explains, "Young people calling the coronavirus a 'boomer remover' may reflect the general lack of empathy in society these days, but it may also mirror the free-floating political anger that the current generation has for their elders."
“I swam a few hundred metres up and downstream as dippers flew past my head to catch insects, and found it fun to think of the uptight grandeur of the enormous house while feeling completely free, floating along the river,” said Kate North, 40, from Wiltshire, in the area recently on a family holiday.
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