Thrusts

Some articles on thrusts, thrust:

Choking - Treatment - Abdominal Thrusts
... Abdominal thrusts, also known by the proprietary name the Heimlich Maneuver (after Henry Heimlich, who first described the procedure in a June 1974 informal article entitled "Pop Goes the Cafe Coronary ... Heimlich has objected to the name "abdominal thrusts" on the grounds that the vagueness of the term "abdomen" could cause the rescuer to exert force at the wrong ... Performing abdominal thrusts involves a rescuer standing behind a patient and using their hands to exert pressure on the bottom of the diaphragm ...
Sevier Orogeny - Studies - Related Thrust Belts
... Focusing on the southern portion of the Sevier thrust belt many thrust faults can be found ... One thrust system is known as the Garden Valley thrust system in the central Nevada thrust belt ... Thrusts within this system include the Pahranagat, Mount Irish, and Golden Gate thrusts ...
Thrust Fault - Tectonic Environment
... Thrust faults occur in the foreland basin which occur marginal to orogenic belts ... in appreciable mountain building, which is mostly accommodated by folding and stacking of thrusts ... Instead thrust faults generally cause a thickening of the stratigraphic section ...
Sevier Orogeny - Geologic Structures
... The Sevier orogenic belt consisted of a series of thin plates along gently dipping west thrust sheets and moving from west to east ... These thin skinned thrusts moved late Precambrian to Mesozoic age rock of the Cordilleran passive margin east ... were a geometric response to the shallow dipping Sevier thrusts ...
Kenshin-ryū - Basic Techniques - Thrusts
... Forward thrust Sidestep thrust forward Crouched side thrust Downward back thust ...