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Blandine Bril

the turn, the dancer must exert a torque on the floor resulting in the production of a turning motion. The speed of the turn, which depends on the amount of friction with the ground, is also an important characteristic of the constraints on the movement and is controlled through the vertical impulse

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K. Andrew R. Richards, Colin G. Pennington and Oleg A. Sinelnikov

have been suggested for reducing friction during induction. A positive student-teaching experience ( Graber, 1998 ) and induction-assistance initiatives eased the transition for beginning teachers by connecting them with school leaders and creating a supportive environment, but these initiatives must