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  • n. Plural form of oscillator.


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  • The Nemst chemical constant, which O. Sackur calculated directly through a combinatorial method as applied to oscillators, is characteristic for the absolute value of the entropy of a gas.

    Max Planck - Nobel Lecture

  • With short term oscillators getting very overbought this may be too much for the bulls to manage today.

  • Short-term oscillators are indicating slightly oversold conditions which may trigger a short-covering rally especially since the Fib level objective was reached.

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  • Last week gold continued to rise to become super-extremely overbought as measured by short-term oscillators and then ran into heavy turbulence late in the week as the Dubai debt problems surfaced.


  • By the late sixties I was building synth circuits such as oscillators, filters, amps etc. from scratch ....

    Boing Boing

  • According to Dr. Schmitt, research points to "the heart as the sergeant who is calling out the beat for all of the other natural body oscillators, that is, all the other organs in the body.

    Kay Goldstein: Inviting Health: Using Our Minds to Set the Stage for Well-Being (Part Two)

  • A VST instrument that offers multiple features, such as oscillators, fileters and envelopes

    Softpedia - Windows - All

  • It will also help scientists to understand natural 'oscillators', such as those that control our sleep-wake cycle.


  • While technical indicators such as oscillators and put/call ratios can indicate the direction of stocks in normal markets, in unusual times like the crash and sustained rally of

    US Market Commentary from Seeking Alpha

  • In 1938 a startup called Hewlett-Packard sold eight audio oscillators to Walt Disney, who used them to make the futuristic Fantasia.

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