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to cause to move to and fro violently

to be in a state of emotional or mental turmoil

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a vessel in which cream is agitated to separate butterfat from buttermilk

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stir (cream) vigorously in order to make butter

be agitated

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The class imbalance problem [2,9] was solved in the way that precisely 2500 churners and 2500 non-churners entered the final data set, what is in line with results in [2].
You buy your tickets at the New Inn and then get ready for the ride of your life, the stomach churner.
After plugging away as multi-talented jester, singer and ventriliquist, laughter churner Dodd landed himself the royal award in 1982.
I never thought an advert warning businesses about how much energy they waste would turn out to be a stomach churner.
The Figure 8 came in 1912 along with the promenade and the sea wall, displacing the ancient Switchback Railway, the original stomach churner.
Christmas Lights Installation - A Quick Money Churner II-15
They loved all the old artefacts, such as the butter churner and the cooking implements and found it much more real.
The gelato is cooked, cooled and aged in the company's new Italian pasteurizer, blended in a churner imported from Italy, then packaged in 5-quart buckets or 5-liter trays ideal for retailers' European dipping cabinets.
Tingle" stars Katie Holmes ("Dawson's Creek") as erstwhile valedictorian Leigh Ann Watson, Barry Watson ("Seventh Heaven") as rebellious heart-throb Luke Churner, and Marisa Coughlan (from Williamson's new fall TV series, "Wasteland") as aspiring actress Jo Lynn Jordan.
The father-son duo has previously provided big box office churners like "Kaho Naa.
Churn Prediction , which uses data mining techniques to quickly identify probable churners and facilitates incentives for them to stay.
However, SME customers currently feel little loyalty to their service providers, with 8 out of 10 saying they're potential churners.
In a market where inactive users can quickly become churners, this service provides operators with a way to incentivize their subscribers to maintain their 'active' status.
Demby and Butler have assembled a motley and impressive crew of area farmers, rooftop gardeners (The Brooklyn Grange), sandwich makers, ice pop producers, sauce sellers, pickle pushers, grill masters, honey hawkers, coffee grinders, ice cream churners, butchers and chefs, among many other vendor personae.
The reduced amount of gross adds in May, coupled with churners, gave that number," he said, adding that churn - regular loss of customers - typically ranged between 3 percent and 5 percent a month.