- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of oscillate.
“For example, while gene expression oscillates in mice exposed to a constant state of dim light or darkness, the groups of genes that typically oscillate together – such as genes responsible for the function of an organ or a specific tissue – are chaotic under this state and don’t function as a group.”
“Both the nonphysical and the physical aspects of our universe are made up of energy and intelligence that vibrates or, in other words, oscillates, resonates, pulsates.”
“Instead of only 15% of our genes being regulated by circadian rhythms, as previously thought, researchers have discovered that ALL mammalian genes are affected by nature’s daily clock – our entire bodies are regulated by genes whose expression oscillates on a daily cycle.”
“Right now, however, the policy discussion oscillates between balancing the budget and supporting a fragile economic recovery—mixed with puzzlement that employment figures are disobeying the rules of a normal cyclical recovery.”
“Backstage he oscillates between hilarious and terrifying within milliseconds.”
“Even his new relationship with Jordan (Mary-Louise Parker) oscillates with tension.”
“The platform oscillates up and down, imposing small, repeated forces on the body.”
“In the story "The Living and the Dead," he oscillates between the contrasting viewpoints of a black man and his Afrikaner employer, capturing both characters with exquisite sensitivity.”
“A comic masterpiece that oscillates wildly between our flawless plans and our messy realities.”
“Ms. Feist's piping voice oscillates between an ache and a swoon.”
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