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    The Spin Community

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    into this fad by promoting the spin community on many platforms. Whether snap chatting through a class, Instagraming pre or post workout looks, blog posts, Facebook promotions, twitter chats or even displaying current Spotify playlists, these public forums have made the spin community grow momentum. Popular celebrities like Vanessa Hudgens, Kholé Kardashian, Jessica Alba and even David Beckham have tackled this workout while sharing their personal experience on social media. Many A-list celebrities are turning to Instagram and twitter to promote this workout by taking sweaty selfies after the class showing off the hard work put into the 45 minute session. Many have even celebrated their birthdays by going to a class with their friends and family. It reveals how invested people get into spin and the sociable aspect of the workout. It has started to become particularly popular among the younger generation since so many celebrities are posting about their experience and seeing results from it. By a celebrity posting before and after results from attending spin classes for a couple of weeks has made the average person believe in the effectiveness of the workout. Many celebrities and bloggers promote the workout as a dance party, killer cardio session, therapy and social setting, where they know they can see their friends and gain a piece of mind. Having a busy work schedule on top of other priorities makes it difficult to find time for yourself, so spin has become a sanctuary for…

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    Lab Report Nuclear Spin

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    For every atomic nucleus, its total angular momentum is represented by the symbol I and called its nuclear spin. This spin is then determined by its quantum number, which is represented by the symbol S. Each nuclear spin is associated with a magnetic moment. When this moment is placed in an external magnetic field, these spin states differ in magnetic potential energy. If placed in a static magnetic field with a small amount of spin polarisation however, certain radio frequency signals can allow…

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    Wild Wolf Research Paper

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    Wild Wolf Review Wild Wolf is a 5-reel, 50-payline online slots from IGT that is filled with wilds, scatters, free spins, and multipliers galore. As the name of the game implies, the theme of this slot is wild wolves. Things get started with a wolf howling in the middle of the night. The main game loads quickly and continues to provide a smooth and engaging playing experience all through what appears to be some stereotypical IGT-style gameplay. What’s immediately clear about Wild Wolf is that…

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    No. of Reels: 5 No. of Paylines: 40 MinBet: 50.00 MaxBet: 2500.00 Bonus Round: Y Free Spins: Y Gamble Feature: N Can you play on Mobile: Y Software Provider: IGT Wheel of Fortune On Tour Review We aren’t quite sure as to the reasons why, but no other TV show (or product license for that matter) has received more online slots adaptations than Wheel of Fortune. It seems that every couple of months a new Wheel of Fortune title hits online casinos around the world. Current holders of the license,…

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    King Of Slot Analysis

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    When it comes down to it that is pretty much the entire control setup of Kings of Slots summed up. The auto spin feature is actually worth a special mention, as it really takes the edge off the action when you need it most. Playing for keeps King of Slots is a 5-reel game with 20 pay-lines offered up. The classic feel is present during the game when you spin, as it has the classic casino slot sounds associated with gameplay. You can’t beat the classics, so we can see why Cozy Games adopted…

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    Nucleobases Lab Report

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    their reported magnetic shifts caused by the induced change in their spin states. The technique became useful in many areas of chemistry for its versatility and reproducibility. The peaks for the NMR spectra are determined by energetic changes of the spin resonance.[5] Some elements’ spin states exist as fractional spins in the presence of an external magnetic field; particularly for hydrogen, the spin value can be ±1/2. [5] The energy difference between these two states can be calculated…

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    Magnetic Resonance Imaging

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    magnetic ratio of 42.57 MHz/Tesla, is spinning in various directions but when a magnetic field is present, the hydrogen atoms will line up north or south depending on where the magnetic field occurs. Due to the hydrogen atoms being in opposite directions from each other, most of the atoms will cancel each other out. The hydrogen atoms that were not canceled out are exposed to a radio frequency pulse from the MRI machine. The pulse will be directed to the organ or tissue being examined. This…

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    the floor with my foot. While licking the floor with your feet, it's supposed to be a smooth movement and mines was the exact opposite. Moreover, knowing the difference between a tendu and degage’ threw me off. While doing the back part to the tendu sequence, I did two degage’, instead of doing one tendu and a degage. In the floor-warm up, I had to be more smooth, because I tend to be choppy doing the movement. The floor spin also puzzled me, I fell out of my spin and that caused me to be off…

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    MRI stands for Magnetic Resonance Imaging. Dictionary.com defines it as a noninvasive diagnostic procedure employing an MR scanner to obtain detailed sectional images of the internal structure of the body. From my own prior knowledge, Magnetic Resonance Imaging is a technique that uses a magnetic field and radio waves to create detailed images of the organs and tissues within the human body. The idea for Magnetic Resonance Imaging was initially conceived by Damadian in 1971 after he recognized…

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    Nearly all ancient societies practiced body modification through either piercingss or tattoos. These ancient practices are becoming ever more present in our modern Canadian society, especially tattoos. One writer says, “Permanent tattooing is the process of body modification by deposition of a pigment into the dermis” (Simunovic and Shinohara 525). In the past three decades, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) has become increasingly popular in the medical field. Magnetic resonance imaging is a…

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