periodic movement


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Synonyms for periodic movement

motion that recurs over and over and the period of time required for each recurrence remains the same

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This periodic movement, which the scientists say isn't linked to Southern California's earthquake activity, hasn't been measured before, says Gerald W.
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It remains to be seen how Jambos fans react to the latest change at a club where there has been periodic movement behind the scenes - and none of it to the improvement of the team on the park.
Linguist Johanna Nichols of the University of California, Berkeley, says the key to Indo-European's ascent was the periodic movement of ancestral tongues across central Eurasia, beginning around 7,000 years ago.
The results are comparable; namely the periodic movement and chaotic movement are present in both situations approximately in the same conditions.
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