His team hoped that making a concession to Mr Putin’s vanity would incline him to cause less trouble.
Financial planner John Bovard of Incline Wealth has heard this question over and over again in early 2021.
Nat gripped my arm, I gripped the edge of the boat, and we plummeted fifteen vertical feet down an incline.
However, several testers noted that when incline increased to above 10 percent, the deck vibrated noticeably.
Reason cannot settle which way we should incline, but a consideration of the relevant outcomes supposedly can.
The machine has 50 preset programs at the ready, focusing on incline, high-intensity intervals, and calorie burn.
Ellison purchased it in 2006, but decided to sell in favor of properties in Lake Tahoe's Snug Harbor and Incline Village.
The Kong Naturals Incline Scratcher features an incline design that encourages both stretching and scratching.
On either arm of the unit are two dials, one to increase or decrease speed and another to increase or decrease the incline angle.
Run at a slower speed, and the effort of running on a treadmill at either a 0 percent or 1 percent incline is comparable to running outdoors.
Last year, Fisher-Price was forced to recall the Rock ’n Play Sleeper, a wildly popular collapsible crib in which babies lay at a slight incline.
The number of confirmed cases and deaths of people who have tested positive for coronavirus is following a similar incline to other European countries.
There are some neat new navigation tools too, including a compass app that shows your heading, along with your incline, elevation, and latitude and longitude.
Arrow buttons at the bottom of the console allow you to adjust the incline and speed further (say, to an incline of 2.7 percent or to 6.2 mph).
In addition to offering a fairly standard maximum incline of 15 percent (as compared with the ProForm 505 CST’s 10 percent), the Smart Pro 2000 declines to -3 percent.
It has a 20 x 56-inch running surface, 15 incline levels, and a 6-inch LCD screen that shows your time, calories, distance, steps, heart rate, speed, and incline.
We wonder if this trend towards "hyperlocalization" will incline consumers to rely on delivery options for things that they didn't used to such as grocery stores, laundry, and other essentials.
The steel roller coaster starts with an 80-degree incline, where you’ll be rewarded with a gorgeous view of Tokyo, before the roller coaster reaches speeds of 130kmph, whipping through Tokyo Dome’s famous Big O.
With a longer deck, a more powerful motor, additional speed and incline options (including a decline function), 50 onboard workouts, and a touchscreen, this treadmill is a better choice for especially tall runners or those who seek a greater variety of training options.
As well as resistance, which can be adjusted automatically during a spin class or cycle session, the S22i can also change the incline of the bike – a motor in the base moves your cycling position to mimic up to 20% incline and can even manage 10% decline.
- an elevated geological formation
- have a tendency or disposition to do or be something; be inclined
- an inclined surface connecting two levels
- bend or turn (one's ear) towards a speaker in order to listen well
Example: He inclined his ear to the wise old man
- lower or bend (the head or upper body), as in a nod or bow
Example: She inclined her head to the student
- be at an angle
- feel favorably disposed or willing
Example: She inclines to the view that people should be allowed to express their religious beliefs
- make receptive or willing towards an action or attitude or belief
Example: Their language inclines us to believe them
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