stirring effect

stirring effect

[′stər·iŋ i‚fekt]
(electromagnetism)
The circulation in a molten metal carrying electric current as a result of the combined forces of the pinch and motor effects.
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LOS ANGELES -- Keenly following the scent of "African Cats'' and "Chimpanzees,'' Disneynature's "Bears'' combines sweeping vistas and remarkably intimate wildlife photography to typically stirring effect as it documents a year in the life of a mother Alaskan brown bear and her two cubs.
According to the infographic, an engrossing 70% of the organizations are either using or are at least planning to use custom mobile apps for their business, indicating the stirring effect of mobilizing an enterprise.
A new function on the Aristo 1000 AC/DC is Bead Profile Modelling, which provides full control of the AC output's frequency, balance and offset so that the welding parameters can be optimised to suit each application's requirements for penetration profile, heat input, deposition rate, arc stability and stirring effect.
This allows the user to optimise penetration profile, heat input, deposition rate, arc stability and stirring effect to suit the situation and need.
This causes a stirring effect, producing daily odour and ammonia emissions.
polished salvo of punky metal, Playing God showcases Hayley Williams' defiant and determined vocal to stirring effect.
CRAIG LEVEIN reckons Dundee United's second trip to Pittodrie this season can have the same stirring effect as their first.
Isbell's landscapes have an emotionally stirring effect, bringing the reader a little closer to the bloodshed and angst of the 1860s.
Directors Alastair Fothergill and Andy Byatt go for more of an observational approach than an instructional one - Brosnan's narration is kept to a necessary minimum - which has the stirring effect of making a viewer feel drenched in the environment and drama of each scenario.
Certainly, Walsh proved a compelling and charismatic frontman with an angelic voice reminiscent of - inevitably - Jeff Buckley, which he employed to particularly stirring effect on forthcoming single 'Good Souls' and Morrison's 'The Way Young Lovers Do.
Couched in this vivid historic footnote, that message emerges to stirring effect.