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gyrate

Biology curved or coiled into a circle; circinate
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has acquired the Gyration Air Mouse brand of computer input devices, the company said.
Mobility Research and SMK-Link Electronics, owner of Gyration Air Mouse products and a division of SMK Electronics Corporation U.S.A., has introduced Therapy Mousea new motion-sensing, wearable' pointing device that enables game-driven physical rehabilitation.
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.
Yaws presents students, academics, and professionals working in the field with the second edition of his comprehensive handbook on the critical properties, thermal expansion, surface tension, radius of gyration, enthalpy of fusion, enthalpy of vaporization, dipole moment, density, isothermal compressibility, acentric factor, and other thermophysical properties of more than 10,000 hydrocarbons and other chemicals.
The private equity firm also backed the acquisition of US Gyration, among others.
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.m2.com
So to look at Gyration's Air Mouse Elite, you'd think it was any old mouse-and-keyboard combo.
Mark in your pattern gyration points, select one point of each type and write down numbers representing each gyration point.
Movea Inc, a company specialising in motion sensing technology, announced on 24 September the launch of its Gyration Air Mouse.
The transverse migration of back scattered electrons is small because the radius of gyration is small, a few mm, and because the momentum of the electron decreases with each reflection.
As businesses continually and dynamically change, the challenge becomes managing the gyration, or realigning business processes and technology solutions at this intersection.