COLLIDE


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COLLIDECollisions Into Dust Experiment
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When the ball collides with the wall, the wall may push and redirect the ball toward a desired direction.
"Cultural support measures and postal delivery, which the government thought were protected, turned out to be open to challenge under international trade agreements--why shouldn't social services be next?" asked Sanger who noted that the report recommends the federal government maintain, clarify and strengthen current reservations and exclusions for social policy to "ensure these two worlds do not collide and domestic social policy priorities take precedence."
River Severn, December 1991: Major signal fault causes two Cardiff-bound trains to collide in tunnel, injuring 185 people.
But the stars themselves are unlikely to collide with each other as they are tiny compared to the vast spaces between them. 
A horrible accident took place this morning at the 95th kilometer of the highway, when a bus packed with people collided with a goods vehicle A security source identified the bus's high speed as the cause of the accident, saying that high speed caused the bus to collide with a truck pulling a trailer.
In Why Mars and Venus Collide, Gray looks at how the pressures of our work-oriented lives are putting added stress on our relationships and making it harder for them to work out long term.
Several billion years from now, scientists predict, the galaxy and the Milky Way will collide to become a single, giant, elliptical galaxy.
Because squall line thunderstorms are often triggered by weather fronts (boundary along which cold and warm air masses collide) rather than by the sun heating air at the earth's surface, the storms can happen any season, day or night.
"It is a tradition to collide ions over one month every year as part of our diverse research programme at the LHC," CERN Director-General Rolf Heuer said, in a (http://home.cern/about/updates/2015/11/lhc-collides-ions-new-record-energy) statement AaAaAeAeAaAeAeA marking the occasion.
Quasiparticles can collide and exchange velocity as billiard balls do and otherwise behave fleetingly like standard particles, he notes.