I would try to help, but don't understand your question. Are you trying to say that car stalls after hitting your brakes hard? And then don't start at all? Please revise your question, try not to put in so many and's. If I am reading it right, it might be your battery cable which is a double one. Or it might have something to do with your alarm system if you have one.
It assists fish in going up or down, turning sharply, and stopping quickly.
The pelvic fin assists the fish in going up or down through the water, turning sharply, and stopping quickly.
they are an active safety feature that prevent skidding. They help the driver stay in control of the car when braking sharply and they also produce a shorter stopping distance.
Yes. It is the adverb form of the adjective sharp, and meaning keenly, strongly, or tersely. His skills had been sharply honed by practice. The car turned sharply to the left. He spoke sharply to his assistant.
It is located under the rear seat. The seat is easily removed by lifting sharply on the lower front lip of the seat.
The car turned the corner so sharply, that it went up on two wheels! He answers pointed questions sharply.
Depends on the gun. Some are sharply pointed.
He was pierced in the chest sharply because of falling glass. The note was played sharply because of the flute players hard breathing. Her words came out sharply, more so than she intended.
The modifier in that sentence is the word "sharply" It modifies the verb "to speak"
The word sharply modifies an action to indicate it is done in a sharp (or precise) manner.
Pronunciation: fī-brō-nod′yū-lărPertaining to sharply defined approximately circular opacities found in clusters associated with linear opacities that distort adjacent structures; usually indicates previous granulomatous disease.Pronunciation: fī-brō-nod′yū-lărPertaining to sharply defined approximately circular opacities found in clusters associated with linear opacities that distort adjacent structures; usually indicates previous granulomatous disease.
Fibronodular scarring pertains to sharply defined approximately circular opacities found in clusters associated with linear opacities that distort adjacent structures; usually indicates previous granulomatous disease.
you put your hand on your head, with your thumb bent into your palm, and sharply drive your hand upward.or you can do that same thing, but on you chest, and instead of driving your hand sharply upward, you drive your hand sharply outward.
The frontal pectoral (and pelvic) fins can provide the most resistance against the water, to cease forward momentum. If a sudden stop is required at high speed, though, i believe fish turn sharply, cancelling momentum that way.
you jerk it:)
true or false: The flow of immigrants to America decreased sharply at the turn of the century. False
Yes, the word sharply can be considered a loaded word. It carries a heavy meaning that emphasizes how major or deep something is.
'Sharply' is an adverb, so you'd want to use 'contrast' in a verb form. Adding an 's' to 'contrast' would work. Consider these examples:The rain today sharply contrasts yesterday's weather.His shirt's color is in sharp contrast with his pants.Their opinions contrast sharply with those of the opposing group. It greatly depends on how the two words are used. "To sharply contrast" is correct. But often, those two words would need to be modified depending on how you're using them.
Supposedly because transportation costs have risen so sharply.
Both Swords Dance and Swagger raise a Pokemon's attack sharply (although Swagger also confuses the Pokemon).