Daily Motion

Daily Motion

(religion, spiritualism, and occult)

Daily motion is the angular distance, expressed in degrees and minutes of an arc, that a planet travels in the course of a day.

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The video on demand service will be featured as one of the 72 'TVS Micro Channels' on their Daily Motion platform.
Younger, digital-first generations have grown up on a diet of online video and flock to popular video platforms such as YouTube, Vimeo, Daily Motion, Twitch, Snapchat, and Facebook to satisfy their appetite for bite-sized content.
On Thursday, the MQM-London posted on YouTube and Daily Motion an 81-minute-long clip in which Mr Hussain was seen speaking to his followers for about 42 minutes.
The Connected set top box allows one to browse content from Facebook, Twitter, Daily Motion, video on demand sites, news sites, weather sites, etc through applications residing on STB.
The Big Bytes 50 service comprises 350MB for internet access to social media apps and games, in addition to 600MB of videos and music from YouTube, Vimeo, Skype Qik, Daily Motion, Spinnr and iflix, all valid for three days for PHP 50.
Also, RR Media has added linear streaming to the service, delivering content to online platforms such as Daily Motion and YouTube.
With the free 30MB, users can enjoy watching videos on Youtube, Vimeo, or Daily Motion, browse through and post on their Facebook, Twitter and Instagram accounts, visit their favorites websites, or search on Google and Wikipedia.
Because PLDT is now allowing streaming videos for the promo, subscribers can use YouTube, Vimeo or Daily Motion on top of social media site Facebook, Twitter and Instagram accounts.
Weebly, Vimeo, Daily Motion and Github, have now been unblocked
It launched "Les Operateurs" on Daily Motion and then broadcast it via France 4.
the daily motion and the orbital motion of the planet Earth, where all the observers are located, through the non-isotropic and inhomogeneous cosmic space;
1, which incorporated both axial and torsional elements, accurately modeling the biomechanical forces experienced by the artery in daily motion.