Lulu Goes Swimming book. Book by Strub, Susan.
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This book provides a clear and concise summary of the fluid dynamics of the locomotion of living organisms. The biological phenomena described in detail range from the swimming of bacteria and fish to the flying of insects and birds. The breadth of treatment requires the study of two basic fluid-dynamical regimes. In the first case, that of small organisms, the viscosity of the fluid is paramount in deciding the most effective swimming strategy.
The women's 100 metre freestyle event at the 2012 Summer Olympics took place on 1–2 August at the London Aquatics Centre in London, United Kingdom. Dutch swimmer Ranomi Kromowidjojo blasted a new Olympic record to become the country's third gold medalist in the event since Rie Mastenbroek topped the podium in 1936 and Inge de Bruijn in 2000. Flipping fourth at the halfway turn, she pulled ahead of a tightly-packed field to touch the wall first and improve her own record in 5. 0.
Ron (1) asked Lulu to go out with him last Saturday. In the afternoon Lulu (5). something in the water. He (7) it was a shark!
Ron (1) asked Lulu to go out with him last Saturday. Ron (3). on Lulu's sunglasses! Lulu (4) very happy. He (7) it was a shark! But it was only a dolphin. Later, Ron (8) into the water. A lifeguard (10) him. 7. Make questions about Ron and Lulu's story. a) When, Ron and Lulu, go to the beach?