Family trees usually start with the oldest generations at the top of the chart and the newer generations at the bottom. When presented this way, the shape more closely resembles an upside-down tree, with roots at the top and branches at the bottom.
A bicycle is made of many components, including the frame, tires and tubes, wheelsets, seats, brakes, hubs, headset, bottom bracket, crank, front and rear derailleur, gear cassettes, and shifters.
Drawer slides use a track and wheels to help keep the drawer sliding in and out easily. This photo shows a typical white drawer slide which is screwed in to the side of the drawer cubby. The drawer has wheels on the bottom which fit along the track.
Digital image of an ice skate, which is simply a boot with a blade attached to its bottom. Ice skates are used for skating, or gliding, across ice surfaces. These ice skates have sharp blades so they will slide easily.
A close-up photograph of a solid body six-string electric guitar focuses on the pickups. Turn the top pickup to control volume, and the bottom two pickups to control tone. Create the unique sound you desire simply by manipulating these pickups.
The national flag of the Russian Federation is a simple design of wide horizontal bands of white, blue, and red from top to bottom. This current flag is actually the original design.
Ski tips are visible from the bottom of of state-of-the-art chairlifts at a ski resort. A single ski track appears at the left of the photograph. The lift glides along the track, bringing skiers and snowboarders to their lofty destination.
A skier in a yellow helmet and yellow outerwear skis down a steep mountain incline, leaving a spray of snow behind him. If the bright blue skies don't warm the skier on the way down, a cup of hot chocolate awaits him at the bottom.
A chrome ladder dips into an inviting cerulean-blue inground pool. Feel the heat on the bottom of your feet as you walk across the tiles to the ladder. Dip a toe in the water, or go for the plunge.
NICK CRAVEN: What does it feel like to find yourself at the bottom of an internet 'pile-on'? The Mail on Sunday spoke to some of the victims of 'cancel culture' to find out.
Daily Mail. Sat, 11 Jul 2020 23:49:01 +0100.
Thermoelectric devices, which use the temperature difference between the top and bottom of the device to generate power, offer some promise for harnessing naturally occurring energy. ...
Science Daily. Tue, 07 Jul 2020 11:32:25 EDT.