- n. Plural form of pendulum.
“Imagine how many coupled "pendulums" the climate is "PDO etc ocean currents, clouds, storm systems, etc that I do not know.”
“Ever lifting, ever falling, they seemed to have become great pendulums of time.”
“Most skyscrapers utilize pendulums or dampers, designed to transfer the motion of the building to mitigation devices.”
“Their Uzis, hanging from shoulder straps, swung like pendulums.”
“Even though we are in a likely temporary; political pendulums swing, and they swing through the center period where the numbers of moderates of both parties have been greatly reduced, it was still possible to pass major legislation through both houses of the 111th Congress with strong majorities despite the opposition of both the hard left and the hard right.”
“Four giant computer-interfaced pendulums swing and create sounds towards the end, on songs such as the geologically themed "Mutual Core".”
“She heaves him onto a chair and his legs swing like rubber pendulums, a result of suffering polio at birth.”
“In their experiment, the results of which were reported in the journal Science on April 3, Lipson and Schmidt fed motion-capture data of pendulums and oscillators into the algorithm.”
“In physics we establish analogies between pendulums, simple harmonic motion, sinusoids, etc..”
“If you have pendulum clocks on the wall and start them all at different times, after a while the pendulums will all swing in synchronicity.”
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