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slosh

a popular dance with a traditional routine of steps, kicks, and turns performed in lines
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He reported a correlation between slosh noise and dynamic pressure fluctuations.
Among the many weird and wonderful items to feature in this year's pantomime are an authentic 1970s chopper bike, 64 individual bags of flour, a soup terrine, two candelabras with working lights, two supersize slosh syringes, water jets, a crutch, arm cast and neck brace and two 18th century rapier swords.
Fuel slosh reduces the rotational kinetic energy of a spinning space vehicle, however, leading to a growing nutation (wobble) that can undermine its gyroscopic stability.
Just use a two-gallon bucket and stand the gun muzzle-up while you soak, slosh, suck up and flush.
Sometimes you have to take little sips, slosh it around and let the flavor sink in.
As molten, metallic seas slosh around its interior.
Suppose the money slosh in pro sports were to double tomorrow.
Oceans slosh from North Pole to South Pole, and the "dry land" is awash in streams, lakes, ponds, and puddles.
ON TECHNOLOGY ON TECHNOLOGY chairman Mitch Kapor in testimony before a House subcommittee on software copyrights: "It's the nature of software for ideas to slosh and flow back and forth between competitors, companies, and industries.
Some of the tallest towers in the world have large tanks of water at the uppermost levels, which slosh back and forth as the buildings move to counteract the effects of wind.
Among the flamboyant costumes featured in this year's production are a PVC Slosh outfit based around a bottle of 'Vanish' with matching bubble headdress, an Egyptian-inspired 'Cleopatra' outfit, a recycling frock complete with working windmill accessories and a walk down frock based around the design of a traditional Chinese lantern.