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 Why does bouyancy lift things in water?

Answer Buoyancy is an upward lifting force, which means in the water buoyancy can make things float, for example: a rubber duck, pineapple, softball, etc. And that of buoyancy can make you float in the wa... Read More »
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My elbows lock when I lift things?

What is a good high-lift low-flow water pump?

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Once my washing machine is full of water it quits. I need to lift the lid up to restart it.?

I've stopped drinking pop and eating candy bars and such. I lift weights twice a day. And only drink water.?

What else is in your diet are you doing reps or max weight
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