gyroscopically love


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  • adv. Using a gyroscope.


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  • In 1923 the Sperry company helped a one-legged Russian immigrant, Alexander Seversky, to develop a gyroscopically stabilized bombsight.

    American Connections

  • Physicists say a football needs to spin to be gyroscopically stable, but as soon as it's airborne, wind and gravity will try to knock it from its axis and make it wobble like a slow bicycle.

    How to Throw Like a Pro

  • I pulled a pair of gyroscopically stabilized binoculars from their Velcro anchor and peered southward.

    Riding Rockets

  • M. O'BRIEN: Yes, it's a gyroscopically stabilized antenna ...

    CNN Transcript Jul 10, 2005

  • When it was freed from its crystalline chrysalis, the alien device was surprisingly simple to look at: a dozen interlaced and gyroscopically curved ellipses around a hollow inner space.

    The Janus Gate: Future Imperfect

  • It was a straightforward operation, applying thrust on a line gyroscopically fixed.


  • The tricycles were little armored vehicles, stabilized gyroscopically so they couldn't be tipped over.

    The Forever War

  • All we need is the seats -- they are to be special air-inflated gyroscopically controlled seats, to make it impossible for a sudden twist of the ship to put the strain in the wrong direction.

    The Black Star Passes

  • The outer shell moved magnetically as desired with respect to the core, which was gyroscopically stabilized.

    The Airlords of Han

  • HDMI-out is always an option, and full HD mirroring lets you use the phone as a gyroscopically sensitive controller while playing on your big screen.

    Wired Top Stories


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