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移动 (movement的复数)

    Examples of movements in a Sentence

  • 例句 movement
    1. Expression of QTL12 has been reported to confer partial resistance via delayed movement of RYMV into mestome (bundle sheath cells; [214]).
    2. Office wear also has to be suitable for movement, to accommodate the billion microjourneys a person takes each day to the supply closet or the coffee machine or the restroom.
    3. Head-movement or biological (certain vascular- or neurodiseases or cardiac output) or anatomical (lesions, variations in Circle of Willis or vascular system) causes can also influence data analysis.
    4. Future studies could evaluate the posterior lens pole movement during accommodation in phakic vitrectomized eyes of children or young adults (i.e., nonpresbyopic individuals) to clarify the role of vitreous in accommodation.
    5. Bradycardia due to increased vagal tone and hypotension, caused by reduction of sympathetic activity, may occur during nonrapid eye movement sleep (NREM).
    6. Experiments in the macaque show that eye movement speed can be >20% higher when the target is rewarded compared with nonrewarded (Bendiksby and Platt 2006).
    7. — By 35, Dr. Alice W. Flaherty had led a life of traditional overaccomplishment: undergraduate and medical degrees from Harvard , a Ph.D. in neuroscience from M.I.T. , research in movement disorders, articles in leading neurological journals.
    8. The wrongminded notion of the feminist movement which implied it was anti-male carried with it the wrongminded assumption that all female space would necessarily be an environment where patriarchy and sexist thinking would be absent.
    9. Since its introduction in 2003, pecha-kucha has spread like a benevolent virus and metamorphosed into an international movement.
  • 例句 movements
    1. The dancer titillated her audience with gyrations and suggestive movements.
    2. I have not listed the many case-studies that have been published about specific Human Potential movements, particularly about est.
    3. Rumack H. Rumack, David G. Spoerke, Barry H. Rumack, Handbook of Mushroom Poisoning: Diagnosis and Treatment (1994) p. 11: Wasson traces the movements of certain groups and identifies pockets of philias and phobias.
    4. Symptoms and signs include cognitive and memory dysfunction, confusion, psychiatric disturbances, focal and generalized epileptic seizures, stroke-like episodes, myoclonus, ataxia, tremor, and choreatiform movements.
    5. Gerontolatry, an inevitable development of the many movements afoot to make the world safe for the old folks, has had a fine fling this goodwill season, and old folks' engagement-books, to say nothing of the old folks, have been full to bursting.
    6. Others referred to interfragmentary movements to describe local mechanical conditions needed for adequate bony healing.
    7. In tasks probing the interruptibility of speech, speakers can interrupt themselves between movements associated with the same segment.
    8. Protagonists in social struggles, national liberation movements, and campaigns for citizens' rights, they invariably founded totalitarian, oppressive, and liberticidal regimes.

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