How to use Inversions in a sentence

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  • For example, evident Sumerian inversions are Gibil, " the fire god," for Bil-gi; ushar for Sem.

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  • The Reuleaux system, therefore, consists essentially of the analysis of every mechanism into a kinematic chain, and since each link of the chain may be the fixed frame of a mechanism quite diverse mechanisms are found to be merely inversions of the same kinematic chain.

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  • To the odd terminology of Donne's poetic philosophy Dryden gave the name of "metaphysics," and Johnson, borrowing the suggestion, invented the title of the "metaphysical school" to describe, not Donne only, but all the amorous and philosophical poets who succeeded him, and who employed a similarly fantastic language, and who affected odd figurative inversions.

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  • It is impossible for temperature inversions to produce optical illusions or reflections of lights over the horizon under these conditions.

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  • The treatment of common injuries was discussed, including patellar tendinitis, ankle inversions, whiplash and tennis elbow.

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  • The coaster first opened in July 1976 amid great fanfare - with two inversions arranged in a treacherous double corkscrew, the coaster offered high tech thrills at the very beginning of the roller coaster boom.

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  • Alpengeist - An inverted coaster features speeds of 67 mph and six chilling inversions.

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  • Whether you crave inversions or prefer to stay seated and close to the ground at all times, this park is a great place to look.

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  • The disorientation continues through four inversions that take terror to new heights.

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  • Two inversions and a 400 foot long tunnel add flair and surprise to the ride, making it well worth the lengthy line all new Cedar Point roller coasters draw.

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  • The two minute, ten second ride soars through five inversions at speeds up to 50 miles per hour, flipping guests onto their fronts and backs for different portions of the ride to create a unique combination of views, vertigo, and thrills.

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  • Its floorless design creates a very unrestricted ride experience, and along the more than 4,000 feet of track riders will brave six inversions at speeds up to 70 miles per hour -- all in just three minutes and twenty seconds.

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  • These types of roller coasters were very popular in the 1930s, but as coaster designs became more sophisticated and riders demanded higher, faster rides with sharper drops, faster turns, and inversions, the style gradually faded away.

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  • In addition to swooping curves, wild inversions, and terrifying dives, Griffon also incorporates a unique water brake element that fits with its tight design and surprising thrills.

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  • Inverted coasters, such as Raptor at Cedar Point, often have multiple inversions and loops.

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  • Unlike their inverted cousins, suspended coasters do not have inversions.

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  • Spectacular roller coasters dominate the landscape, from the massive Incredible Hulk powered launched coaster with its seven inversions to the dramatic Dueling Dragons Fire and Ice inverted coasters.

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  • What was dubbed as "the next generation Sea World attraction," the Manta is a steel roller coaster that glides, dives and swoops through four inversions at 60 miles an hour.

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  • The most common shuttle designs are made for adults and include several inversions, but "Butterfly" designs are a family-friendly variation that features more gentle hills and curves without inversions.

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  • The practice teaches inversions, arm balances, and ways to build upper body strength.

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  • If you've mastered basic backbends, inversions, and the balancing postures, you might be ready to tackle some of the more advanced yoga poses.

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