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The meaning of one foot cannot stand on two boats?
The proverb One foot cannot stand on two boats means that man cannot serve two masters or that one man cannot go two ways
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As long as you are careful why not. Hope This Helps. Rember to keep a three point stance at all times and you should not fall. New Answer Yes but it's not a good idea.… stability of a boat is dependent on two things, it's center of buoyancy, CB, (the center of the upward forces on the boat) and its center of gravity, CG, (the center of the downward forces on the boat). On a small boat the closer the CB and the CG the more stable the boat is. In other words the lower the CG is, the better, because on a little boat like that the CB is very low in the boat. When you stand up you suddenly move the CG up about 3 feet. So you have just dramatically decreased the stability of the boat. So if you do this, be very careful, do not move suddenly and don't move to one side of the boat or the other. And wear your life jacket.
He had one foot in the grave means he was very old.
It is to contain heat that would normally be lost through the uninsulated featherless limb. Some egrets and herons cast their shadow while standing on one leg to look like a t…ree shadow to attract fish.
In a low-roofed cave?
A lie is a falsehood so it is wobbly, unsturdy and will not hold up over time. A lie is fake and will destroy you and your reputation over time and therefore make you a …weak person. The truth is solid and sturdy and will always support you. Being truthful will make you a stronger, moral person and strengthen you and your reputation in the long run. A lie is a falsehood so it is wobbly, unsturdy and will not hold up over time. A lie is fake and will destroy you and your reputation over time and therefore make you a weak person. The truth is solid and sturdy and will always support you. Being truthful will make you a stronger, moral person and strengthen you and your reputation in the long run.
I guess they are references to a program list or a figure.
the one on the port
It's just how they stand. Like us, for example. We stand on two legs, and they are probably saying "Why do humans stand on two legs?" It's just like asking "Why do dogs stand …on four legs?" Please recommend me!
It is two words. Writing it as one is acceptable in the UK and is referred to as a "Britishism." But in American grammar, it is always two separate words.
like if your in a team like b-ball if you fight and biker all of the time there is no teamwork in that... therefore you might lose AKA not stand as one
goes back to standing on two feet.
Because your body's centre of gravity is disrupted when you stand on one foot. Standing on both feet, your centre of gravity is equidistant from left to right.
"Unterzee Boot": Literally, "underwater boat".
Sleeping birds stand on one foot.
When a woman stands at rest with two feet on a scale the scale reads 500N When she gently lifts one foot the scale reads?
Any place where the Prime Meridian passes through e.g. Greenwich, England