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gyrate

Biology curved or coiled into a circle; circinate
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By this typical fundus picture we suspected diagnosis of gyrate atrophy and did various investigations.
Knowing nothing but the cabaret floor, the soubrette bravely tries to keep her position, showing she can still kick her legs high, balance and gyrate like the others.
The computer program then made the plumped-up strands slither, wiggle, and gyrate into myriad configurations, tallying how efficiently each arrangement filled the allowed space.
There was Putt-Putt Reggae Night, where we played miniature golf on a course made of refrigerator boxes designed to resemble a Jamaican shantytown; Model World of Glue Night, where New York's hippest built airplane and monster models, burned them, and sniffed the epoxy; and Elvis Memorial Night, where local juvenile delinquents threw beer on the faulty air conditioner, which burst into flames, sending all the Elvis look-alikes outside to gyrate on the fire truck until the angry Polish immigrants living upstairs doused us with dirty bathwater and the NYPD broke up the fun while Jean-Michel Basquiat snickered from the sidelines.
Cranmer proposes that some of these waves undulate, at the same frequency at which the oxygen ions gyrate about them.
Then she kicked off her shoes to gyrate to the Black Eyed Peas' Pump It with Brendan, who famously seduced newsreader Natasha Kaplinski.
Charged particles in the corona also have characteristic frequencies, as they gyrate about the magnetic field lines.
According to Koon, when King was approached by a white female Highway Patrol officer with a gun, "He grabbed his butt with both hands and began to shake and gyrate his fanny in a sexually suggestive fashion.