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resonate

[′rez·ən‚āt]
(electricity)
To bring to resonance, as by tuning.
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And yet the distinctive Irishness of this writing is pervasive, its rich resonations apparent everywhere in what follows on these pages.
Divisadero as separation and connection is also the condition for characters to understand themselves through resonations between past and present.
1) Andrew Murphie, "Joyce Hinterding and David Haines: High Res Resonations with the Milky Way," ACM Computers in Entertainment 7, no.
Nonlinearity of acoustics--the increasing realization that the acoustic feedback of the filter (resonator) upon the vibrator (vocal folds) as well as the interactions of resonations from below (in the trachea) with the vocal folds can substantially influence the behavior of the vibrator, so that vocal acoustics are not merely unidirectional.
I have come to view MTNA metaphorically as "a powerful cathedral organ through which the tonal resonations of thousands of individual pipes are fused into the same extraordinary music.
Dowsing actually includes a range of holistic intuitive processes and energy resonations which I choose to call "applied intuition.