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(of sound) fluctuating unsteadily

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I think I'll start off with the warm socks and waders on to keep my feet dry with wobbling gear prepped and ready for the next trip back.
The wobbling of the BCGs could only be analysed as the galaxy clusters studied also act as gravitational lenses.
The paper, titled "A detection of wobbling Brightest Cluster Galaxies within massive galaxy clusters," appeared in the journal Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society.
Both line scanning and wobbling are treatment techniques for proton therapy that offer the possibility to carefully control the radiation dose deposition, both laterally and in terms of depth.
As seen from Earth, the wobbling orbit moves up and down continuously.
Featuring a choice of soccer ball, basketball, or baseball designs, the kid-friendly wobbling base keeps the brush head clean and dry never touching the counter and eliminating toothpaste mess.
I only hope that "twerking" does not become a keep-fit fad because Mrs T could cause serious harm to our foundations by wobbling her bits.
Each era includes a new component that can be used to keep the Wobbles, well, wobbling through their environments.
If you are having a problem with a wobbling fan it is most likely due to an improper installation or a problem with the blades being bent or off balance.
"The Earth is tugging on the moon and that tug--even though it's quite small--keeps the moon wobbling," says planetary scientist Francis Nimmo of UC Santa Cruz.
A WOBBLY WALLABY I once saw a wallaby wobbling As he travelled along a road, And there beside the wobbly wallaby I saw an even wobblier toad.
"It had started wobbling dramatically, and not for the first time", I hasten to add, "and I would not have made a fuss but for the fact that I have a temporary filling on the other side of my mouth and had been advised not to bite on anything harder than a scrambled egg.
A spokesman for the council in Lytham St Annes, Lancs, said: "The statue had become uneven - Les was wobbling and within the base are some steel supports which may be corroded or weakened.
"There is confirmed information that the bridge is wobbling. At the moment all emergency forces are in place.