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wobbling

Vox populi Ataxia, see there.
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RayStation is already the treatment planning system in the world that supports the largest number of treatment techniques and machine types, and with our support for line scanning and wobbling we are now fortifying this position.
So I stopped to have better look And I realised the two were warbling A fine duet in close harmony And in rhythm with their wobbling.
Back in 2008, Apple declined a similar software known as iBoobs on the grounds that it was indecent because that application seemed to be geared toward a particular part of a woman's anatomy," explains Silicon Spark's Atherton, but with over a million views of their YouTube demo video, there appeared to be a huge demand for wobbling boobs on the iPhone or iPod touch.
somewhat excitable thought, & it goes on wobbling if nudged by any
The wings were wobbling at times and the airplane rolled up to 60 degrees angle of bank at other times.
A software glitch in which roll commands lagged fractions of a second behind started Enterprise wobbling from side to side.
Yesterday the fierce February wind was the major problem for people crossing the bridge over the Thames rather than any excessive structural wobbling.
This new Precession of the Equinoxes Historical Planisphere accounts for the wobbling effect, allowing you to dial up the night skies visible thousands of years into the past or the future.
All this wobbling caused Rodinia and smaller landmasses to slide across the surface of the planet and spread out along the equator (see above diagram).
Periodic changes in this characteristic "fingerprint" can be caused by the star wobbling from the gravitational pull of an orbiting planet.
The one or two stewards on the ice were either too busy talking or else were wobbling themselves.