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fluc·tu·ate

(flŭk'tyū-āt),
1. To move in waves.
2. To vary, to change from time to time, as in referring to any quantity or quality, for example, height of blood pressure, concentration of substance in urine or blood, secretory activity, etc.
[L. fluctuo, pp. -atus, to flow in waves]

fluc·tu·ate

(flŭk'shū-āt)
1. To move in waves.
2. To vary, to change from time to time, as in referring to any quantity or quality (blood pressure, concentration of substance in urine or blood, secretory activity).
[L. fluctuo, pp. -atus, to flow in waves]

fluc·tu·ate

(flŭk'shū-āt)
1. To move in waves.
2. To vary, to change from time to time.
[L. fluctuo, pp. -atus, to flow in waves]
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Recently, a second research group working in Greenland has questioned the evidence for climate instability during the Eemian, raising the possibility that temperatures did not fluctuate wildly during this period (SN: 12/11/93, p.