Babies and toddlers have no real fear of the water, and while they're obviously too young to learn proper swimming strokes, they will instinctively close their mouths and make motions to propel themselves through the water.
Launch: A launched coaster may use compressed air, linear induction motors (LIMs), or linear synchronous motors (LSMs) to propel itself through the ride rather than the more traditional chain lift hill.
Iams, headquartered in Dayton, Ohio, was founded by the Iams family in 1946, but it wasn't until 1982 that their kibble formula and marketing came together to propel the brand to national prominence.
A song that starts out slowly and begins to heat up could be placed in your playlist just as your warm up is ending, like Queen's "We Will Rock You" to help propel you forward into the routine.
The album's major hits Legs, Sharp Dressed Man, and Gimme All Your Lovin', along with their accompanying videos, helped propel ZZ Top to the highest reaches of the pop music stratosphere.
Some babies opt for another method of locomotion around this time, like bottom shuffling (scooting around on their bottom, using a hand behind and a foot in front to propel them), slithering on their stomach, or rolling across the room.
Of course Phelps is a master of discipline and ability, but he generously cites Speedo's assistance and quality swimwear as part of what has helped propel him to new heights in the swimming world.
They also allow a show to live on past its cancellation date and such as is the case for Star Trek keep that fandom alive to propel further development (movies, new series, etc) in the future.
The ocean of water buoys or floats the ship, and the ocean of air, or part of it in motion, swells the sails which propel the ship. The moving air, which strikes the sails directly, strikes.
The figure-of-8 and kite-like action of the wing referred to lead us to explain how it happens that the wing, which in many instances is a comparatively small and delicate organ, can yet attack the air with such vigour as to extract from it the recoil necessary to elevate and propel the flying creature.