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- noun One who
- noun An insect called the
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- noun a person who walks rapidly with long steps
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He is a pattern of indentations on the surface of the liquid then the outline of a water strider then an oval form the inside of which is an arrangement of gears and levers through which pass tiny white ribbons covered in numbers.
Kelly is a long strider who doesn't explode off the line, but when he hits second gear, he shocks defenders by covering large chunks of yardage per step.
If ever any shoe was the embodiment of all our feminine contradictions this tall strider was it, and now we're on the hunt.
Unfortunately, many species of water strider are wingless even as adults.
Anybody see the HL2: Episode Two gameplay with the house being blown up by the strider?
We have a scuttlin' lobster-like robot and a robotic cockroach, not to mention water-born bots such as the water strider, the robotic tuna, and Madaleine, the turtlebot.
Long strider with adequate change of direction agility ...
Long strider and adequate route runner with good vision and field awareness ...
Long strider with good quickness off the line of scrimmage, where he can gain and defeat a defensive back's cushion ...
That Rumsfeld guy was a great strider and a refocuser when he wasn't leaping tall buildings.