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  1. Jan 01,  · Locomotion is the story of Lonnie Collins Motion, whose mother used to call him Locomotion. When he was seven, his life changed forever because his parents died. Now Lonnie is eleven and he's in a different foster home than his sister, and he struggles with his identity and what "home" means to him.4/5.
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  3. The ability of an animal to move from place to place. In many animals, locomotion is produced by the action of limbs or other appendages, such as wings or flagella. Other organisms, such as snakes, propel themselves by thrusting the body sideways against a hard surface.
  4. Dec 25,  · Everly Brothers- "All I Have To Do Is Dream/Cathy's Clown" (Reelin' In The Years Archives) - Duration: ReelinInTheYears66 25,, views.
  5. locomotion Without contractile contacts, cells cannot assemble matrix or exert the tension on surrounding matrix and cytoskeleton that is also needed for locomotion. From the Cambridge English Corpus .
  6. Examples of locomotion in a Sentence Walking is one form of locomotion. Recent Examples on the Web The rarity of Oligocene Epoch whale skeletons has hindered research efforts to understand the evolution of modern whales' locomotion .
  7. May 18,  · Directed by Matthew Penn. With Dennis Farina, Michael Imperioli, S. Epatha Merkerson, Sam Waterston. A failed suicide attempts leads to a train crash that kills 12 people. The defendant's attorney initially offers an insanity defense. However, he is soon fired, as the defendant represents himself and changes his plea/10(4).
  8. Locomotion Primate locomotion, being an aspect of behaviour that arises out of anatomic structure, shows much of the conservativeness and opportunism that generally characterizes the order. Primates with remarkably few changes in their skeletons and musculature have adopted a bewildering variety of locomotor patterns.
  9. locomotion[‚lō·kə′mō·shən] (science and technology) Progressive movement, as of an animal or a vehicle. Locomotion in animals and man, a variety of movement, described by an active shift of the body in space, that includes swimming, flying, and various kinds of movement on the ground (including man’s walking and running). Locomotion plays an.

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