general motion

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general motion

Equations of Motion in General Relativity

Steen and ors and Israel Attorney General (intervening) v Iran and ors, Miscellaneous Motion, Motion 7333/04, ILDC 1346 (IL 2008), 4th December 2008, Israel; Jerusalem (disputed); District Court

Age dependency in the timing of mitral annular motion in relation to ventricular filling in healthy subjects: Umeå General Population Heart Study

An analytical model of the motion of a conformable sheet over a general convex surface in the presence of frictional coupling

Yosefov and ors v Egypt and Attorney General (joining), Motion to dismiss, CC (BS) 5006-08, ILDC 1771 (IL 2011), 13th February 2011, Israel [il]

Prosecutor v Nizeyimana (Ildéphonse), Decision on Prosecutor’s motion to reconsider the decision on Prosecution’s motion to admit into evidence the statement of General Marcel Gatsinzi pursuant to Rules 89(C) and 92bis, Case no ICTR-00-55C-T, ICL 941 (ICTR 2011), 21st June 2011, Trial Chamber III (ICTR)

Naoum v Attorney General of the United States, Preliminary Ruling on Motion to Dismiss, 300 F.Supp.2d (ND Ohio 2004), ILDC 1038 (US 2004), 8th January 2004, United States [us]

Prosecutor v Blaškić (Tihomir), Decision on motion of the defence seeking modification of the conditions of detention of General Blaškić, Case no IT-95-14-T, ICL 175 (ICTY 1997), 9th January 1997, International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia [ICTY]

ARA Libertad Case, Ghana and NML Capital Limited (joining) v Attorney-General and Argentina (joining), Ruling, Civil Motion No J5/10/2013, ILDC 2547 (GH 2013), (2014) 108(1) AJIL 73, 20th June 2013, Ghana; Supreme Court

Hirota and ors v MacArthur, General of the United States Army and ors, Motion for leave to file petition for writ of habeas corpus, Case No 239, ILDC 1826 (US 1948), 338 US 197 (1948), 69 S.Ct. 197 (1948), 93 L.Ed. 1902 (1948), 20th December 1948, Supreme Court [U.S.]


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A combination of angular motion and linear motion. It is the most common form of motion in sport. A racing cyclist, for example, uses a combination of several angular motions to produce the linear motion of the bicycle.

Subjects: Sports and Exercise Medicine.

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