flicker


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Synonyms for flicker

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to move quickly, lightly, and irregularly like a bird in flight

to shine with intermittent gleams

Synonyms for flicker

a momentary flash of light

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the act of moving back and forth

move back and forth very rapidly

shine unsteadily

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flash intermittently

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After parting ways from the band 'One Direction', the singer's first solo album - Flicker was released in the year 2017, which also became one of the 20 best pop albums of that year.
Ms Flicker became a police station accredited representative, qualified duty solicitor, CLAS supervisor and a Higher Court Advocate.
With new LED lighting applications, the problem of flicker in slow-motion video has resurfaced.
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Although it was said that the turbines could be programmed to eliminate shadow flicker, concerns remained over the impact of the proposals.
However, Taipower said that shadow flickers mainly occur in higher latitudes and given Taiwan's lower latitude, the effects should should be "modest."
But more than its surprise commercial success, 'Flicker,' more crucially, gave the public a better idea of what Niall really is as an artist-an unassuming singer-songwriter who's at his most comfortable and confident with an acoustic guitar slung over his shoulders and breathing life into down-to-earth folk-pop tunes.
The new Gamma Scientific GS-1160 series spectroradiometers are advanced compact spectroradiometer/ flicker meters, delivering a full range of rapid, accurate and repeatable display measurement capability.
"We have heard your feedback and after careful examination, have determined that a small percentage of Surface Pro 4 devices are exhibiting a screen flicker that cannot be addressed with a firmware or driver update.
Flicker is defined as the impression of unrest of visual affection caused by a light stimulus whose spectral distribution varies with time [1].
Today, Israeli Tal Flicker won Gold in Judo at the Grand Slam competition in Abu Dhabi.
Here, I describe the consumption of clay soils from an expansive clay bank in north-central British Columbia, Canada by a Northern Flicker (Colaptes auratus L.) and speculate as to why the bird may have been ingesting these soils.
Flicker and Mist tells of a world in which people can become invisible ("flicker") at will - but this is not considered a desirable trait.
While all artificial lighting exhibits some flicker, it varies widely by lamp type and model.