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Process1263The class of things that happen and have temporal parts or stages. Examples include extended events...^
    Motion366Any Process of movement.^
        Trip2Trip is the subclass of Motions along a TransitRoute or Transitway.^
        Irrigating.Irrigating is the process of transporting and applying water to crops by artificial means.^
        Swarming.^
        EngineCycle2A complete cycle of Engine phases, including a repeat of the first phase. In a FourStrokeEngine...^
        FourStrokeIntake.In this cycle of a four stroke engine, air and vaporized fuel are drawn in.^
        FourStrokeCompression.In this cycle of a four stroke engine, fuel vapor and air are compressed and ignited.^
        FourStrokeCombustion.In this cycle of a four stroke engine, fuel combusts and piston is pushed downwards.^
        FourStrokeExhaust.In this cycle of a four stroke engine, exhaust is driven out. During the 1st, 2nd, and 4th stroke t...^
        TwoStrokeIntake.The portion of a two stroke engine cycle where the piston moves into the combustion chamber creatin...^
        TwoStrokeCompression.The portion of a two stroke engine cycle where combustion occurs, forcing the piston out of the com...^
        TwoStrokeTransfer.The portion of a two stroke engine cycle where the combustion chamber is opened to the crankcase an...^
        Pushing.Pushing describes the exertion of force so as to cause or tend to cause motion away from the agent....^
        Compressing.Forcing some SelfConnectedObject into a smaller space than at the beginning of the action.^
        EngineCranking.Starting an InternalCombustionEngine, in which an electric motor is employed to initiate Rotati...^
        Stretching.Moving two sides of an object in opposite directions so that the object becomes both longer and thi...^
        Rotating10Motion that begins and ends at the same point, because the trajectory of the Motion is circular...^
        Reversing.Moving something in such a way that its top becomes its bottom and vice versa.^
        Pulling.Pulling describe the exertion of force so as to cause or tend to cause motion towards the agent.^
        Opening1The Class of Processes where an aperture is created in an Object. Note that the aperture may ...^
        Closing2The Class of Processes where an aperture is closed in an Object.^
        MotionUpward2Motion where an Object is moving away from the ground.^
        MotionDownward17Motion where an Object is moving toward the ground.^
        BodyMotion62Any Motion where the agent is an Organism and the patient is a BodyPart.^
        GeologicalProcess13The class of activities that are caused by geological forces and affect geological features, and wh...^
        WeatherProcess61WeatherProcess is the broadest class of processes that involve weather, including weather seasons...^
        LiquidMotion27Any Motion where the patient is a Liquid. This class would cover, in particular, the flow of ...^
        GasMotion14Any Motion where the patient is a Gas. This class would cover, in particular, the motion of &...^
        DirectionChange.The act of changing the direction in which the patient of the act is oriented.^
        Translocation154Translocation is that class of Motions in which an object moves from one place to another. In t...^
        Radiating60Processes in which some form of electromagnetic radiation, e.g. radio waves, light waves, electrica...^

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