undulation


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undulation

 [un″du-la´shun]
a wavelike motion in any medium; a vibration.

undulation

/un·du·la·tion/ (un″jŭ-) (un″dyŭ-la´shun)
1. a wavelike motion; see also pulsation.
2. a wavelike appearance, outline, or form.

undulation

(ŭn-dū-lā′shŭn)
A continuous wavelike motion or pulsation.

undulation

a wavelike motion in any medium; a vibration.
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And you have to place your irons - these greens are big but they don't play big because of all the undulation.
Show 'em how to break it down, Don," Harris exclaimed, as Campbell, dressed in candy-cane striped socks and matching T-shirt, juggled his blue derby and broke into a centipede-like undulation to the floor.
As expected, the analysis showed one undulation due to Prometheus, the nearest satellite to the ring at a distance of 832 km.
By the time Ailey choreographed Phases in 1980, he seemed to be running out of steam, although the undulation in "Flight Time" proved to be a delicious loose-pelvised showcase for Linda Caceres and Richard Witter.
And those greens, they're pretty quick and they have some good undulation in them.
Now, they've got a lot of undulation and they are a lot different.
Wearing a long ruffled rose dress and short black velvet jacket, she begins to slowly turn in a dance of erotic undulation.
5 on stimpmeter, said: ``That wouldn't be so brutal on a flat course, but with the undulation that's actually pretty fast.
The 11-8 favourite looked laboured on the Surrey undulations and never posed a threat to winner Best Solution in the 1m 3f contest, trailing home in sixth despite Ryan Moore's best efforts.
CHEPSTOW: A left handed oval track, approximately two miles in circumference, with significant undulations, which joins the straight course five furlongs from home.
No moment of Jodorowsky's book is at all predictable, and those who have a taste for the uncanny will be in awe over its undulations into strange, even godly, territory.