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gyrate

Biology curved or coiled into a circle; circinate
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Comments Monday from pundits such as Goldman Sachs' popular bull, Abby Joseph Cohen, about the possibility of another interest rate hike contributed to Monday's slide, and mixed signals from economic indicators Tuesday caused markets to continue to gyrate.
A POLICE inspector yesterday told a court he did not gyrate to scenes from the Full Monty while drunk on a holiday flight.
A daily poll conducted by America Online shows that many people agree with her, even as the stock market continues to gyrate.
Fearless: Lily copies pal's moves: Lil' bit raunchy; Star gyrates on podium with dancer
Once switched on, the woman gyrates to music around a silver pole.
Basically, it's a squat, cylindrical bob suspended from a hollow copper tube that slowly gyrates back and forth.
Simulator rides are set on a motion base that gyrates in up to six different directions, called degrees of freedom: heave (moving up and down), pitch (tilting forward and back), roll (tilting side-to-side), surge (moving forward and back), sway (moving side-to-side), and yaw (twisting side-to-side).
BUMP'N'GRIND Star gyrates on stage FIELD OF DREAMS Rihanna in Bangor earlier this week REAR-ING TO GO Rihanna flashes the flesh on stage
The talented crew gyrates in Fosse's nervy way of stringing steps together--strut, accented pelvic rotation, thrust, shoulder shrug, split kick, and provocative pose.
BACK OFF: Lisa gyrates on stage; WHAT A CHEEK: Showing off her ass-ets; A BIT OF CUFF: Her strange accessory; GREAT SCOTT: Lisa at G.
Catherine, 32, looks every bit the temptress as she gyrates around the stage in a revealing black costume.