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galloping

(găl′ə-pĭng)
adj.
Medicine Of or relating to a disease that progresses rapidly toward a fatal conclusion: galloping consumption.
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In order to compare the three models, the galloping amplitude was analyzed by the different factors including wind velocity, flow density, span length, damping ratio, and initial tension.
As a result of Galloping Horse-Reliance's ownership, Digital Domain will be able to benefit from robust infrastructure and considerable financial backing, the company added.
"They have a very hands-on approach to running their business." Levin has managed Galloping Hill for more than seven years and has completed a full exterior renovation, including a unique pylon sign with stainless steel sculpture of a galloping horse that was created by a commissioned artist specifically for the center.
Monsignor will also be galloping after racing at Newbury.
A EUR5,000 reward has been put up by the Curragh for information leading to the identification of the parties involved in galloping horses without permission on the racecourse yesterday morning, writes Jessica Lamb.
Johnston's colt pulled ten lengths clear of galloping companion Polar Eclipse who misses the first classic as a result and the trainer was delighted.
DROOPYS OSCAR, whose light 2011 campaign has yet to yield a victory in three attempts, will resume galloping this week.
Philip Hobbs The weather won't stop us cantering or galloping horses if we want to, but for the short term we aren't going to be doing any serious galloping work as I don't see any point until it looks like we're going to get some racing.
WESTMEAD HAWK, the dual William Hill Derby winner and Greyhound of the Year, continues to make excellent progress from the broken hock he suffered at Hall Green in midsummer, and is now galloping, writes Richard Birch.
Henry Cecil was on the Across-the-Flat for the first spell of work from the Warren Place team, with Denounce (Paul Eddery) and Akimbo (Willie Ryan) performing up to expectations when galloping clear of Home Fleet (Paul Hegarty).
The Warren Place maestro had to abandon plans to bring his troops over at the weekend when faced with a howling gale, hailstorms and other weather best suited to penguins, but conditions were much more amenable to galloping thoroughbreds on this occasion.