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tumbled

Said of a metal surface that has been cleaned and polished by agitation in a rotating drum containing a polishing compound.

toppled

toppled
Inner and outer gimbals are in the same plane and the gyro is toppled.
A condition in which gyro gimbals have ceased to maintain their correct alignment in space to the extent that the gimbals have reached their limit of travel. Any further rotation of the mounting results in a violent directional precession. A gyro instrument can be toppled by flying the aircraft beyond the instrument's limits, as in aerobatics. Also called tumbled.
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* CannTrust Holdings (NYSE:CTST) shares tumbled by 2.48%, eventually closing at $1.97.
Effect of tumbling method, phosphate level and final cook temperature on histological characteristics of tumbled porcine muscle tissue.
According to the video that a 8 km long downward-sloping tough stage very hard to finish, witnessed many accidents in which a car competing with the number of 14 driven by Siyami Tokatly and Ali GE-clE-, suddenly started to tumbled down over while trying to pass the stage.
All the club's gymnasts tumbled extremely well and four made it through to the final round.
MIDDLESBROUGH Gymnasts tumbled to success at a national schools championships.
1 : to fall suddenly and helplessly <He tumbled off the bridge.>
Liquid nitrogen is injected into a highly insulated chamber in which molded rubber parts are tumbled and blasted.
In the first 15 minutes of trading, the 225-issue Nikkei tumbled 320.77 points, or 3.20%, to 9,688.12.
The key index tumbled 2.55%, or 26.13 points, to 998.45 on growing doubts over Daewoo's future that sent listed Daewoo affiliates tumbling by their daily limits together with banking indices.
tumbled to $590,000 from more than $1.8 million during the same period of 1989.
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Olivia tumbled with confidence taking everything in her stride.