It is called listing when a boat leans. If the boat leans to port (left) then it is listing to port.
The plastic square placed over a microscope slide is called the coverslip
It is called the leaning tower because it leans and it is in the city of Pisa
It is called a pall
any leans on vehicle
Photosynthesis No, this is called phototropism
the facted that it leans on its side an its over 100 years old
doe balls like a hacky sack lol
It Is Called A Stir
it leans in the direction that it leans
This is called phototropism and it is a growth response toward light.
No, it leans consistently to the same side.
The Leaning Tower of Pisa. It is called that because it leans on it's side.
its a coverslip
its episode 87
A bicycle kick is a kick in the game of soccer where the kicker leans backwards and kicks the ball over his head.
A quick fix is when the writer leans on catchy phrases or empty slogans. Basically over simplifying.
It's actually a RHOMBUS. And my students think it looks like a square that is drunk so it's slanted. But really it is a square that leans to the left or right.
It's a sailing term. "Heel" means the lower end or side of a thing on a boat. (The heel of the mast is the part that sits on the deck.) The heel of the boat itself is the bottom of the boat, and when the boat leans over in the wind you can see the bottom, so it's called "heeling over".
Lonesome Luke Leans to the Literary was created on 1916-01-05.
It is called the interior of the square and sometimes the body of the square.
It is still called a square root.
It leans slightly by 230 millimetres or 9.1inches over a 55 m height