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pendular

(pĕn′dū-lĕr) [L. pendulus]
Hanging so as to swing by an attached part; oscillating like a pendulum.
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In general, GI and GII were slower for the pendular tracking with light stimulus in relation to the control group (Table 5 and 6).
It should be noticed that there are several other kinds of tether dynamical models such as the lumped mass model and the beam model, in which the mass, elastic strain, and damping of a tether are fully considered; thus, the deformation of a tether can be described and it also leads to a high-order vibration, which is superimposed on the pendular motion of the tethered system.
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Tanto "Movimento Pendular #1" como "Tubos Sonoros" sao potentes experiencias que parecem nascer do exterior para o interior.
Pendular exercises were included in 22 (71 %) protocols.
Por definicao, o deslocamento diario (casa-trabalho, casa-escola e vice-versa) recebe a denominacao de Movimento Pendular, pois este tem feicao caracteristica semelhante a oscilacao de um pendulo, ou seja, um movimento de vaivem (Beaujeu-Garnier, 1974; Hanson & Pratt, 1988; Weber & Kwan, 2003).
En concordancia con el mejoramiento de caminos y de medios de transporte tanto publicos como privados, va aumentando la movilidad diaria y pendular con el proposito de acceder al trabajo, oportunidades educacionales, servicios de salud y redes de consumo cuya mayor disponibilidad y calidad se localiza en sectores urbanos.