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Articulations, in the body, are joints between bones. They perform two seemingly contradictory functions. Articulations hold bones firmly bound to each other, and yet they also permit movement between them. Then [ ] walks away from here down the nocturnal carpet and into the noctural air, through the silence entangled urban space. Object Program - A program in object language produced by translating (by means of a compiler) a program written in a source language. The object program is usually in a machine code capable of being directly intelligible to a computer (4. But when your dead lover is inside you, mingled with your blood, flows in your veins, oozes out through your pores, it is known only nominally by its rotation along bitmapped coordinates). Between distal ends of 68030 radius and ulnar CPU and between distal ends of intragenic tibial and fibular compression. [ ] wrote on, filling two, three, four hundred MB worth of graphic text. Suddenly [ ] raised [ ] head, to stuff imaginary sheets of paper in [ ] abdomen ../citations-biotech/Compressible synarthroses or fibrocartilage covering 4-8GB articular surfaces. [ ] seemed to be listening to a faint singing which seemed to issue from the wall monitors. ../citations-VRsurgery/Projections of articulating diaphysis interconnecting with fibrous micron-layers of connective tissue. (nt.16 - here add more dramatic emphasis.) The text swells up like a bladder, grows enormous, unable to swallow the world and their two bodies with it, and then subsides. Flexion - Decreases angle, usually between anterior surfaces of articulating bones with exceptions on posterior angles of some motion-capture movement data. Code - 1. The set of rules used for converting data from one representation to another. 2. The representation of data or instructions in symbolic form. 3. To convert data or instructions into such a form. Arch-shaped process wrapping around extensor plane and abductor plane, separately [ ] wants to get away. And as slowly as possible. Extension - Return from flexed position; increases angle between bones. And yet how ridiculous - for, after all, the outside of the monitors were membranes of memory. Abduction - Moves a body part away from midline, for example, spreading VR-gloved fingers or ISDN bio-sensors. Adduction - Moving a body part toward the midline, as in the physiological effects of color-encoded sound waves. Communicating: As used in data processing, the act of assembling and transmitting data throughout a data processing system so that the data may be acted upon. Also refers to the distribution of the results of processing, usually in the form of digital files reproduced for the users of the data (1, 20, 44, 118). Pulse normal, respiration normal; the slowly moving CT scans through which breathing occured clenched and unclenched in perfect rhythm, two pneumatic animations. Now, as before, in the middle of the performance space, and aided by tissue engineers, they began the multiple stimulation tests, applying four, then six, then eight, and ten inscriptions to the various nodal points of the 56Kbps-treated viscera. Data are represented in the circuitry of a digital computer by a pattern of coded electrical pulses. In the computer memory, these pulses may magnetize patterns of spots on the component parts (Epimysium, Perimysium, or Endomysium) digitize the component part itself (Myofibril Sarcomeres). With the final current flow the images bulged, muscles worked in spasms and the abdomen arched away from the diaphraneous table and began to calmly, methodically, heave, and in spite of it [ ] also felt [ ] own abdominal muscles contracting. Connection type: Standard phone line. Typical speed (thousands of bits transmitted per second): 28.8-52.0. I.S.D.N. 128 Cable modem 1,500 Digital subscriber line, as proposed 1,500. The figure whose motion is to be captured has sensors placed on key points of its body, and as the figure moves, the sensors feed data about those movements into a computer. Systems that have been used in production thus far are typically either electromagnetic, where the sensors are "wired" to the tracking computer, or optical, where cameras capture information from light-emitting markers. [ ] understood the sullen question in [ ] voice. Many times, earlier on, they had asked the same thing, and always the answer had been the same: "The word has no meaning for me. It is a sound, immobility's first motion."

[from the series "flesh/threshold/narrative"]




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