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circular movement around a point or about an axis

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Summary: The dollar consolidated in Asian trading after the strong gyrations on Wednesday, particularly in reaction to the SNB intervention on USD/CHF and EUR/CHF.
The Lucky Craft Slim Shad D-9 was a hit at the 2007 ICAST fishing industry trade show and, thanks to its easy-casting characteristics and responsiveness to rod tip gyrations, quickly developed a following among multispecies anglers.
The gyrations would be farcical except for the real-world damage they do.
But all eyes were on the gyrations of this hot troupe of Brazilian dancers who sent temperatures soaring in Gort, Co Galway.
Then, she turns on the music and everyone follows her lead as the repeats a move several times, then calls out the next move they'll perform -- much like a regular aerobics class, but with a few more gyrations.
The particles' gyrations sculpt waves, wakes, and other structures (SN: 11/19/05, p.
Attendees' experiences ran the gamut from the leaps and gyrations in a fast-moving Dalcroze session to the thoughtful poignancy of an elder-education study and the stimulation of hearing about the latest brain research.
What's intriguing about Feld's choreography are the unlikely physical gyrations he puts his dancers through, such as the superhero-like scrabbling on a plywood sculpture he and Mimi Lien devised for the opening piece, Backchat, danced by three ethnically diverse, exotically beautiful men: Wu-Kang Chen, Nickemil Conception, and Jason Jordan, wearing colorful hip hopinspired costumes by Camille Assaf.
These include inevitable mortgage rate increases, stock market gyrations, soaring gas prices and concerns about the war in Iraq.
Another client recently related to me the endless gyrations a group of engineers and finance types continually put him through as he explains a process unfamiliar to them (do I hear faint, "not invented here" whispers?
1958: Elvis Aaron Presley - shown only from the waist up, to prevent sensitive viewers from exposure to his inflammatory gyrations - appeared for the first time on the Ed Sullivan US TV show.
Still, the song and dance is noticeably different, with the new incarnation shaving off the influential Seattle group's most brittle and splintered moments, and evening the sound out into steady, less abrasive gyrations.
It's likely O'Neal's job will become easier when the market ceases its gyrations and begins a sustained recovery.
The design compaction level for the Anderson County projects was 100 gyrations, as comparred to 75 gyrations for the Pickens County project, because of expected high traffic.
What Reg FD does is make it harder to get a short-term tactical advantage, but if you're in a stock for a long period, you don't care about quarterly gyrations, or getting inside tips on earnings.