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gyrate

Biology curved or coiled into a circle; circinate
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is a global supplier of computer and mobile device peripherals, providing RemotePoint Presentation Remote Controls, Gyration Air Mouse products, PC input devices and wireless accessories.
The brief was thorough but didn't include any mention of the fact that, in addition to the standard post-stall gyration items, the weapons school pilot would be demonstrating cross-controlled inputs to show a more violent departure as part of the post-stall gyration portion of the hop.
WORLDWIDE COMPUTER PRODUCTS NEWS-May 14, 2012-SMK-Link Electronics introduces new Gyration Air Mouse Mobile to UK(C)1995-2012 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.
Therefore, for example, number 4 means that the pattern will not change if we rotate it 90 degrees about the gyration point.
Movea Inc, a company specialising in motion sensing technology, announced on 24 September the launch of its Gyration Air Mouse.
Radius of gyration is small compared to the distance over which the electric and magnetic fields change appreciably, and 2.
As businesses continually and dynamically change, the challenge becomes managing the gyration, or realigning business processes and technology solutions at this intersection.
Gyration who were founded in 1990 are currently selling what has to be the first gyroscopic mouse I have ever had the pleasure of trying and it's quite a strange experience.
Section properties that are automatically calculated include area, perimeter, moments of inertia, product of inertia, polar moments of inertia, distance of neutral axis from extremes, radius of gyration, and section moduli.
The BI-MwA is comprised of a flow-through, seven-angle, static light scattering device with special features and software that allow the user to monitor polymerization as it occurs, plotting molecular weight, radius of gyration and conversion as a function of time, according to the company.
The software permits fully interactive calculations of molecular weight, intrinsic viscosity and radius of gyration as a function of elution volume using a variety of data fitting options.
The 170 seismic stations in the International Monitoring System can't pinpoint the cause of a gyration in earth's crust by themselves, however.