Routine

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Synchronized Swimming At The 2008 Summer Olympics – Women's Team
... Each team presents two routines a technical routine and a free routine ... The technical routine consists of twelve required elements, which must be completed in order and within a time of between 2 minutes 35 seconds and 3 minutes 5 ... The free routine has no restrictions other than time this routine must last between 3 minutes 45 seconds and 4 minutes 15 seconds ...
Routine - Other
... Choreographed routine, orchestrated dance involving several performers Comedy routine, comedic act or part of an act Visual routine, visual cognitive means of extracting information from a ...
Carte Jaune - Vaccines - Routine
... For these additional vaccinations, there is another page in the Yellow Card that is located on the inside of the book under the traveller's information ... Required information for these vaccinations includes the date of vaccination, the vaccine/prophylactic drug (vaccin/médicament prophylactique), the dosage, and the physician's signature (signature du médecin) ...
Smolov Squat Routine
... Smolov Squat Routine is a weight training program for squats which originates from Russia ... The Smolov Squat Routine is a Russian program composed of 5 mini-cycles that combine to make up one 16 week macro-cycle ...
Synchronized Swimming At The 2008 Summer Olympics – Women's Duet
... The preliminary round consisted of a technical routine and a free routine ... Finalists performed a second free routine, adding that score to the preliminary technical routine round score ... The technical routine consisted of ten required elements, which had to be completed in order and within a time of between 2 minutes 5 seconds and 2 minutes 35 seconds ...

Famous quotes containing the word routine:

    Voluptuaries, consumed by their senses, always begin by flinging themselves with a great display of frenzy into an abyss. But they survive, they come to the surface again. And they develop a routine of the abyss: “It’s four o’clock ... At five I have my abyss.”
    Colette [Sidonie Gabrielle Colette] (1873–1954)

    Of lower states, of acts of routine and sense, we can tell somewhat; but the masterpieces of God, the total growths and universal movements of the soul, he hideth; they are incalculable. I can know that truth is divine and helpful; but how it shall help me I can have no guess, for so to be is the sole inlet of so to know.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)

    Novelists do not write as birds sing, by the push of nature. It is part of the job that there should be much routine and some daily stuff on the level of carpentry.
    William Golding (b. 1911)