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vibrating

vibrating,

v using quivering hand motions made across the client's body for therapeutic purposes.
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Since the frequency at which an object oscillates depends upon its mass and length, nanoscale objects can be made to vibrate at extraordinary frequencies.
Nanoscale objects that vibrate at radio frequencies could replace components in electronic circuits; cell phones, for instance, currently use the oscillations of a quartz crystal to transmit signals, but a nanorod could do the same job using less space and power.
For example, the note G (the fundamental) may bring with it the G next above (as the string vibrates in halves), the D above that (as the string vibrates in thirds), the G above that (as the string vibrates in quarters), the B above that (as the string vibrates in fifths) and so on, to infinity.
The goal is also to make it smart enough that when you misspell a word it will vibrate as well.
Because they are thin, the tines of the fork vibrate very well and actually cause the table to vibrate the same way
While all of these are helpful, MSC engineers believe that a better way to deal with the noise that's created as large panels vibrate is to keep the panels from vibrating.
Because hydrogen is as light a gas as you can get, the resonator will vibrate at its highest frequency when the gas is pure.
These waves cause molecules in food to vibrate rapidly.
With each method, workers enter the confined space of the furnace to ram or vibrate the loose silica material until the surface is solidly knitted.
And the cues are directional, so if a driver drifts left, the left side of the wheel will vibrate - a signal to steer right until it stops vibrating, just like a rumble strip.
They're also able to make their vocal chords vibrate at a specific frequency, or the number of waves that pass a point in a specific amount of time.
The coat hanger vibrated, causing the string to vibrate.