The signals bounce off
the antenna to a system of amplifiers and frequency converters suspended above it.
Hit a ball off the tightly cut, well-defined fairways and it might bounce off
the hard-baked desert floor and into a kangaroo rat hole.
However, the technique required passing a laser beam through a tiny hole in a nonreflecting sleeve capping one end of the precision metering rod, so that the beam would bounce off
the rod and not its sleeve.
Cedeno made it all the way to third on the play when Bret Boone, sauntering over from second to help on the relay, had the ball bounce off
his glove and go out of play.
The glow consists primarily of extreme-ultraviolet photons from the sun that bounce off
the moon, he says.
The company has just began to bounce off
the low and could hit high double digits in the short term.
But when Mavericks' reliever Bert Miadich (0-5) had his pitch bounce off
catcher Pat Johnson's glove, Clark scored from third on the passed ball to make it 1-0.
It looks poised to bounce off
its low in the near term
The Wings also watched Kariya's bid to tie the game bounce off
the post in the second.
Just as the speeds of vehicles are measured by the frequency shift in radio waves that bounce off
them, the rate of blood flow can now be measured by a new device that observes the frequency shift (Doppler shift) in light bounced off blood cells.
I was jumping up and saw the ball bounce off
the back of the defender,'' Britton said.
Justin Bowles had to charge the ball and got there in plenty of time, but he had the ball bounce off
the heel of his glove for the A's second straight error as Ramirez scored.