Tension - lost in you (disc 3)

A side effect of lateral main string movement is that it softens the feel of the stringbed. If the mains begin to move less easily or not at all, the impact shock will feel larger. Again, a good candidate for string death.

James Stone: consider yourself on my “You Lost Me” list. Officially. I suggest you examine why you find it necessary to criticize anyone else’s reasons for sticking with the church as not being “good enough,” as you imply. I have many more experiences than are on this list, including ones related to testimony. I don’t need to cast my pearls before you for dissection.

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The cohesion-tension theory is a theory of intermolecular attraction that explains the process of water flow upwards (against the force of gravity ) through the xylem of plants . It was proposed in 1894 by John Joly and Henry Horatio Dixon . [15] Despite numerous objections, [16] [17] this is the most widely accepted theory for the transport of water through a plant's vascular system based on the classical research of Dixon-Joly (1894), Askenasy (1895), [18] and Dixon (1914,1924). [19] [20]

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