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We assessed total time, economy of movement and the parameters pertaining to tissue handling to determine whether this system, which lacks haptic feedback, could meaningfully evaluate a subject's respect for tissue (Table 1).
I knew I wanted to have good posture and a sort of economy of movement," he said.
While the young (barely 19) conductor radiates natural musicality, his style is one of economy of movement, his arms working from tense-looking shoulder level and, in the opening Brahms' Academic Festival Overture at least, his head twitching distractingly like a nervous sparrow.
He has a certain style and a certain economy of movement, because he is usually four or five steps ahead of most people.
The jet-black bob, the malleable face, the economy of movement, her unique choice of costume accessories (aided by costume designer Susan Hilferty) - the performer can easily hold an empty stage.
If you think about Davie's goal against Celtic that day it was all about economy of movement and the way in which he fooled their players who tried to take him on because they thought they had anticipated which way he was going next as he danced around their penalty area.
Wimbledon old boy Kevin Cooper's corner dropped right on Blake's head and, with no challenge from his marker Chris Willmott and confused keeper Davis nowhere, the Welshman, already renowned for his economy of movement, had only to adjust his cranium to guide into an empty net.
Functional flexibility is best exhibited by economy of movement in the desired sport skill," he explains.