fast rhythm

fast rhythm

n.
A brain-wave pattern on an electroencephalogram that occurs at a frequency above 13 hertz.
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In a stressful city like Cairo, people tend to search for a calm place in which they can catch their breath from the fast rhythm of life and there is nothing more calming than Al-Azhar Mosque.
He is a strong defender and has the ability to go forward in the attacking positions which is a fantastic attribute to have and much needed in th fast rhythm of the Premier League.
Riyadi also had 13 steals that helped them derail Sagesse's fast rhythm, which Fouad Abou Chakra's men must find to win and level the series.
The readings last October revealed a frighteningly fast rhythm of 270 beats per minute.
The maple neck and rosewood fretboard enable fast rhythm and lead playing, while the sealed tuner gears and adjustable bridge keep your guitar in tune longer.
According to the American Heart Association, compression-only CPR allows bystanders to keep life-saving blood flowing through a victim's body just by pressing on the chest in a hard, fast rhythm.
To address these messages, the video highlights some factual information about ATR's operational and technological capabilities, using fast rhythm and dynamic and percussive graphics.
With the fast rhythm of today's life, we tend to forget about kindness, so I went on and made this movie hoping to remind people of our humane side" commented the young Egyptian director.
This demonstrates a great capacity to sustain a fast rhythm of growth, for example Germany + 40% year to year, Italy +13% and France +11%.
A souped-up Field Mice where the melody is far from lost among a bright and fast rhythm.
Instead of beating regularly the atria begin to fibrillate; quivering with a shallow, fast rhythm.
If I was a betting man I would say it was an electrical fault, when the heart goes into a fatally fast rhythm, around 300 beats a minute.