yes they can. They have special devices that can track.
The large intestine is part of your gi track. that's your digestive system
swimming and track running both require a large lung capacity as does singing
Track cycling is the sport where cyclists go in large circles.
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A train doesn't know which track to go on, it has no intelligence! What happens is that the signalling systems switches the train left or right at forks in the track known as points. These have small pieces of movable rails which direct the train onto the desired track.
Depends on how large the track is. If the track is a mile and a half it could take 235 laps. The best way to find out is to know how far the race is 500 or 400 miles, and divide by the size of the track.
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The majority of running tracks measure 400 meters (437.2 yards) in length.
A track of a brown bear is large little bigger than your hand and looks kinda like a BIG dogs. They ussually have 5 claw marks but it depends on if they were running or not.
To keep track of money. An accountant would use a spreadsheet to keep track of payments and registering who has paid money for what they owe. Also they would use spreadsheets to keep track of money and to quickly and easily tabulate large amounts of data.
Similar to a large dog's track, but rounder, and with no nail prints at the ends of the toes.
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Swimming and track both require above-average cardiovascular health and performance.
The Catholic church has a large number of holy days during the course of the year marking significant events such as Easter and saints' days. A catholic calendar is a great way to keep track of them.
In most bulldozers the track brakes are operated by large levers with your hands. Braking a track will turn you in that direction. Some machines have foot brakes as well. The throttle (for speed of engine) is usually a small lever with a friction stop. Two other large hand levers operate the blade height and angle.
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The large race track in Constantinople was called the Hippodrome of Constantinople. It was a Greek name from hippos (horse) and dromos (path). The Latin name for the chariot racing track was circus and most of the ricing tracks in the Roman Empire were called circus.
Tracking is a great technological advance that helps large companies keep track of all their products.
The tire tracks made by the large army jeep were carefully observed and followed by a detective who suspected the driver.
They went to the amphitheatre, which was the arena for the gladiatorial games, and the circus, the chariot racing track.
A baby track, is a track that is much smaller then an average track (half the size)