analog voltage

analog voltage

[′an·əl‚äg ′vōl·tij]
(electronics)
A voltage that varies in a continuous fashion in accordance with the magnitude of a measured variable.
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Each time, of course, there were louder murmurings and angrier looks.
They only grew the louder and the angrier for what she said.
More and angrier words would have been exchanged, but the marshals, crossing their lances betwixt them, compelled them to separate.
As the door began to open, the howling of the wolves without grew louder and angrier.
There was a moment of silence; but at length the two Englishmen felt ashamed to draw back, and the angrier one descended the five or six steps which led to the cellar, and gave a kick against the door enough to split a wall.
And all the while, through these hollow avenues, now nearer, now farther off again, resounded the cry of the Minotaur; and the sound was so fierce, so cruel, so ugly, so like a bull's roar, and withal so like a human voice, and yet like neither of them, that the brave heart of Theseus grew sterner and angrier at every step; for he felt it an insult to the moon and sky, and to our affectionate and simple Mother Earth, that such a monster should have the audacity to exist.
This made her angrier than before, and she blew her silver whistle twice.
Casaubon was aware of (Dorothea, on returning from Freshitt Hall, had for the first time been silent about having seen Will) had led to a scene which roused an angrier feeling against them both than he had ever known before.
Therefore the King stormed and raved all by himself, walking up and down in his jewel-studded cavern and getting angrier all the time.
He was a trifle angry, and the more he dwelt upon the happening the angrier he grew.
Lop-Ear was a year older than I, but I was several times angrier than he, and in the end he took to his heels.
He appeared angry, and the longer he looked the angrier he grew.

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