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galloping

[′gal·əp·iŋ]
(fluid mechanics)
Large-amplitude oscillations of a wire or cable in a strong wind, which may become destructive.
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The tie-up, in which Galloping Horse America holds a 70% interest and Reliance MediaWorks has the remaining 30%, submitted a winning bid of USD30.
Levin has managed Galloping Hill for more than seven years and has completed a full exterior renovation, including a unique pylon sign with stainless steel sculpture of a galloping horse that was created by a commissioned artist specifically for the center.
I wanted to do a sendup of Westerns where instead of horses galloping next to a train, we'd have camels, and the characters would jump from the camels to the train,'' recalls Eisner.
Sir Michael Stoute's Russian Rhythm continued her 1,000 build-up when stretching out well under Kieren Fallon to go clear of her galloping companions.
NYSE: DDMG), a leading digital production company focused on visual effects, original content animation and major studio co-productions, today announced that it has executed final definitive agreements in connection with its Joint Venture Agreement with Beijing Galloping Horse Film Co.
VVHILLSTAR Sir Michael Stoute As well as his main yard at Freemason Lodge, Stoute also operates from his original base across the road at Beech Hurst, from where both the King George third and his galloping companion Opinion were dispatched across town to the watered gallop.
The West Covina-born jockey has the call on Galloping Grocer for the $75,000 Whirlaway Stakes today at Aqueduct in New York, a race that could stamp the New York-bred gelding a Kentucky Derby contender.