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wow

a slow variation or distortion in pitch that occurs at very low audio frequencies in sound-reproducing systems, such as a record player, usually due to variation in speed of the turntable, etc.
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wow

[wau̇]
(engineering acoustics)
A low-frequency flutter; when caused by an off-center hole in a disk record, occurs once per revolution of the turntable.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

WOW

(1) See Windows on Windows.

(2) (World Organization of Webmasters) See WebProfessionals.org.
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At a recent concert in Washington, D.C., 11-year-old Alexandra McIntyre explained her attraction to Bow Wow. "I think Lil' Bow Wow is the cutest boy on this whole Earth," she says.
At such a young age, Bow Wow admits that it's hard for him to really understand his popularity.
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Nowadays, Bow Wow has a private tutor who travels with him when he performs, giving him lessons between autograph signings and interviews.
Bow Wow had his first brush with fame eight years ago when he was just six-years-old.
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