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

to shine with intermittent gleams

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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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Soil hammering or continuously pecking into the soils by Flickers has been attributed to eating ants (Elchuk and Wiebe, 2002, 2003) on which they are heavily reliant during the breeding season (Bent, 1939; Cow et at.
The BenQ eye-care monitors are designed to preserve your optical health by its leading proprietary Low Blue Light and Flicker Free technology.
The tale ends with a distraught Miss Flickers learning that the Heart Beast's interest in her is fleeting, calculating, and self-serving, and murdering the man who saw her as merely a curious conquest.
The new flicker method is simpler than the older methods and more accurate than all but one of them.
The tiny LEDs can flicker on and off 1,000 times quicker than the larger LEDs, meaning they can transmit data more quickly.
A three-disk DVD set, Flickers presents all six episodes with a total running time of 307 minutes showcases superb production values in costuming, set designs, dialogue, camera work, and storyline.
Last week, the Epilepsy Foundation of America introduced new regulations, which stated everything broadcast on television and internet must meet tight guidelines on flicker, contrast, pattern and duration of all images.
When they show themselves, the elusive flickers signal arrivals of subatomic anti-matter particles called antineutrinos.
The Flickers will now be a quarterly fund-raiser for the society, with the first performance to be held Aug.
Young helmer Florian Flickers third feature casts an ironic enough eye on his fellow Austrians to give this some foreign legs.
The most high tech (in ourterms) objects are the glassfibre sculptures of Pol Bury, where light flickers from the ends of waving strands.
At CES 2007, Let It Wave also introduces its advanced frame rate converter, which smartly computes HDTV intermediate frames and eliminates motion blur and flickers while removing film judder, an essential requirement for new 100 and 120Hz LCD and Plasma displays.
An entertaining and colourful cheerleading competition kicked off the grand celebration of Flickers Badminton Doha Qatar of its first anniversary, at Al Sadd Sports Club on Friday.
The shutter flickers, film scratches and colors fade as prints deteriorate.
Four centuries would come and go for Orlando, along with flickers of gender oscillation and a general discomfiture with the usual social roles proposed for genders--those of man and wife--no matter Orlando's sex, which is never a matter of things so crude as organs, substances, metaphors, or parts.