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  • You lose kinectic energy with mechanical broadheads so fixed blade penetration is much greater.

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  • Vaulting is a matter of redirecting kinectic energy of the runner's approach speed upward, aided by a long fiberglass pole.

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  • Cory Doctorow at 9:37 AM Thursday, May 12, 2011 exploding frame kinectic sculptures here before, and his latest, called What The F...?

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  • Rec i have updtd new kinectic software bt theme is nt installin nor uninstalling? my airtel no is 9908838118 we need to incoming, out going nos details of jan -- 10?

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  • Their kinectic energy is used up in such processes as the production of light, heat and ionization.

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  • It's hard to describe the kinectic dimension of Gravity.

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  • If the object is completely able to survive (not a single fragment burning off; etc) I mean, I've read about meteroids the size of 50 meters across causing a 12-megaton explosion; Is that soley the result of kinectic energy from the speed?

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