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- n. the state of being jerky
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The state or quality of being jerky or spasmodic.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the quality of being spasmodic and irregular
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This knee-jerkiness is going to be a growing problem, I think, as more and more news readers start using RSS-reader/blog instant messaging.
And it's not straight forward jerkiness either, it's this quiet, passive aggressive kind of jerkiness that really gets to me because I start out by feeling like it's just me and they aren't really doing anything but then I realize that he really is being a jerk but I can't do anything about it because hes the freaken teacher!
Problem only presents itself on battery power (although I have noticed some of the video screen refresh "jerkiness" while on AC power as well).
Consider using a MeGUI). h264 in avi is not completely compatible and may cause "jerkiness" on playback, especially with more than 1 b-frame.
In 2006, Armey referred to Tancredo as the “cheerleader of jerkiness in the immigration debate.”
This means there's no rumbling or jerkiness when you accelerate; it just shoots up smoothly and silently like one of those crazy free fall rides at the amusement park.
November 3rd, 2009 at 4: 29 pm is jerkiness referring to the person in need of help or the person who is willing to help?
The elevator rose with a rhythmic jerkiness that was not at all comforting.
Sometimes it's paired with an anti-judder feature that can smooth the jerkiness of film-based content but may also make it look more like video.
Family and friends looking for news will find your jerkiness, and it will make their pain greater because you had to get your shot in.