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so all you need is a little persuasion to make the enemy come over to you. such is the role of the monks in age of empires ii: the age of kings. monks are to convert enemies. to convert enemies select a monk and then right click the enemy you want to convert.
how to convert 6mm (1/4") of linear travel into 90 degrees of rotary motion. this is just me proving the theory for a woodworking project i'm working on. macdonalds coffeed stirrers aren't just
union of body & mind. it is a forbidden art among the keijijo as damage dealt to one's qi-nodes means damage dealt to one's mind as well putting those who practice the art of body-mind
a sarrus linkage produces linear motion from a hinged mechanism. the sarrus linkage invented in 1853 by pierre frédéric sarrus is a mechanical linkage to convert a limited circular motion to a linear motion or vice versa without reference guideways. it is a spatial six-bar linkage (6r) with two groups of three parallel adjacent joint-axes.
the very fact that we observe motion indicates a passage of time and that we are flowing down the river of time carried along by its steady flow from the past to the future our own position at all points representing the "present." few if any would deny that this is what we feel to be true and an essential part of life.
enter the the door to the north; at the top of the stairs go into the east room for [plastic explosive x2] (on the east wall) and a chest with [fainting potion x2] inside. head back to the large circular room and enter the northern- most east door. follow the hallway for awhile and blow up either of the east doors.
a slider-crank mechanism is a typical design which converts rotary motion into linear motion. it is achieved by connecting a slider and a crank with a rod. figure a depicts a mechanism utilized as
the sarrus linkage invented in 1853 by pierre frédéric sarrus is a mechanical linkage to convert a limited circular motion to a linear motion without reference guideways. the linkage uses two horizontal plates (red) positioned parallel to each other one over the other. two rectangular plates (green) with hinges at the middle connect the horizontal plates.