fast rhythm

fast rhythm

n.
A brain-wave pattern on an electroencephalogram that occurs at a frequency above 13 hertz.
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"The world is changing in a fast rhythm as new enterprises are emerging all around us especially various tech start-ups and FinTech companies with smaller capital requirements.
The performers are characterized by a fast rhythm, and expression of bravery, strength and temperament.
The fast rhythm of the actions attracted the viewers' attention.
A favorite of '90s kids, this combination of rap lyrics and fast rhythm will challenge you on the dance floor.
Overall, users preferred using Hololens speakers with high volume and fast rhythm (Figure 13(a)).
Ventricular Tachycardia (VT) is a fast rhythm of more than three consecutive beats originating from the ventricles at a rate more than 100 beats per min.
The rate of in-hospital death is higher for women, too, particularly when the electrical malfunction was caused by a dangerously fast rhythm in the heart's pumping chambers (ventricular tachycardia).
These specialists are skilled at implanting pacemakers and defibrillators: The former helps speed up an abnormally low heartbeat, and the latter sends a shock to the heart muscle to reset an erratic or too fast rhythm. The most common rhythm disorder is atrial fibrillation (AFib).
People with a temper love music with fast rhythm, with complex harmonic structures, with rich orchestration and frequent changes of intensity and timbre.
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."