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  • n. Plural form of buoyancy.


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  • Thus the difference in buoyancies is about 8%, as seen from the buoyancy equation:

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  • The result ultimately was a more pietistic and paternally reassuring persona, expressed in records that, however expertly made, had a heavier aftertaste than his earlier buoyancies.

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  • These initial difficulties would be quickly overcome by designers who, even if they were forced to work with Stone Age tools, could handle with ease the mathematics of metacenters, buoyancies, and advanced hydrodynamics.

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  • A fellow feels so heavy and clogged like, when he thinks about wings and buoyancies, and such like other-world advantages.


  • Green, a graduate student in materials science and engineering at Northwestern, uses the different buoyancies of single -, double -, and multi-walled nanotubes to separate them.

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