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shimmer

(shĭm'ĕr),
A quantified measurement describing the random cycle-to-cycle temporal changes of the amplitude of the vocal fold vibration; contributes to the perception of a rough or harsh voice quality.
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Since completely dry conditions are required for the growth of guanine crystals in the lab, it's likely that the fish also sequester their guanine in a dry compartment, ensuring super shimmery skin when wet.
For a more shimmery version, MAC Iridescent Powders are great, and double us as a fab shimmer to add to collar bones, shoulders and anywhere else you might want to highlight.
These light lotions give your new tan a lovely shimmery effect - perfect for nights out when you want to shine.
To make sure your Independence Day celebration is a blast, expert pyro technicians are already busy planning dazzling fireworks displays that incorporate the latest colors and shimmery designs.
Choose fromgorgeous lip glosses, eye pencils, and nail enamels in the Metallic collection to get highshine shimmery colour in the hottest shades.
And the question is: Just what is behind that 50-story shimmery bronze exterior?
Mosaic tiles now come in Gold Streaky with marbled gold, Wispy in opaque colors and Iridized with a soft, shimmery effect.
Forget choosing just black and pink--you can get low-waisted, high-waisted, shimmery, sheer, or sporty.
Though the Laveaus' ghosts were slippery, Ward was able to conjure up a shimmery image of them and that image was of two strong business-savvy, spiritually powerful Creole women who lived life to the fullest.
Following the Smoothwear launch Cover Girl will introduce its BoogieLites back-to-school collection, an array of products in shimmery colors set to he offered for eight weeks starting in August.
The Festive Lights nail kit (pounds 5) contains three toasty winter colours -a rusty brown, shimmery gold and a pearly cream.
Layered onto a thick application of paint, Raedecker's strands--thin and shimmery or fat and fuzzy--elegantly describe spare lines in space, though their unshakable "craftiness" hints at one of modernism's most repressed elements: the domestic.