Answer: No a player cannot but there is a loophole. If the player starts their attack behind the 10 foot line, and hits the ball and lands in front of the 10foot line, that is okay. But if they start in front of the 10 foot line, that is not okay and will result in the loss of that point.
Answer: Vital signs are often taken by health professionals in order to assess the most basic body functions. They may offer clues to the health or condition of an individual who is being examined. Vital signs are an essential part of a case presentation.Primary fourThere are four vital signs which are standard in most medical settings:1. temperature examination for normal temperature2. pulse rate (or heart rate)3. blood pressure4. respiratory rateThe equipment needed is a thermometer, a sphygmomanometer, and a watch.Though a pulse can often be taken by hand, a stethoscope may be required for a patient with a very weak pulse.Fifth signThe phrase "fifth vital sign" usually refers to pain, as perceived by the patient on a Pain scale of 1-10. For example, the Veterans Administration made this their policy in 1999. However, some doctors have noted that pain is actually a subjective symptom, not an objective sign, and therefore object to this classification.Other sources include pulse oximetry as their fifth sign.Sixth signThere is no standard "sixth vital sign", and the use is much more informal and discipline-dependent than with the above, but some proposals (excluding the fifth sign candidates above) include:* Urinary continence* End-tidal CO2* Emotional distress* Spirometry* Military deployment* Glucose
Answer: If a person exercises a lot, he or she will not only train his or her muscles, but also his or her lungs. And since the lungs are surrounded by muscles, you train these muscles too. So a marathon runner has stronger lungs, that have a bigger capacity, as the muscles that surround can contract and stretch farther than those of a nonactive person.
Answer: The appeal has to be filed within 60 days of the judgment in California. After that the appeal process is finished and can not be used. From that point until 6 months, a divorce judgment can be set aside for many reasons. After 6 months, the set aside process is limited to the following: (a) Actual fraud where the defrauded party was kept in ignorance or in some other manner, other than his or her own lack of care or attention, was fraudulently prevented from fully participating in the proceeding. An action or motion based on fraud shall be brought within one year after the date on which the complaining party either did discover, or should have discovered, the fraud.
(b) Perjury. An action or motion based on perjury in the preliminary or final declaration of disclosure or in the current income and expense statement shall be brought within one year after the date on which the complaining party either did discover, or should have discovered, the perjury.
(c) Duress. An action or motion based upon duress shall be brought within two years after the date of entry of judgment.
(d) Mental incapacity. An action or motion based on mental incapacity shall be brought within two years after the date of entry of judgment.
(e) As to stipulated or uncontested judgments or that part of a judgment stipulated to by the parties, mistake, either mutual or unilateral, whether mistake of law or mistake of fact. An action or motion based on mistake shall be brought within one year after the date of entry of judgment. (f) Failure to comply with the disclosure requirements of Chapter 9 (commencing with Section 2100). An action or motion based on failure to comply with the disclosure requirements shall be brought within one year after the date on which the complaining party either discovered, or should have discovered, the failure to comply.