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  • n. Plural form of precession.


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  • There is a system of symmetries for black holes which describe their precessions and how they respond to external interactions.

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  • Yet for large scale astrophysical applications the dynamics is not that different from precessions in Newtonian mechanics.

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  • "The data sample is so small we shouldn't see anything like precessions."

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  • Discovery executed a complex series of precessions, until eventually its end-over-end tumble had almost vanished.

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  • She flowed across ground, fountained upward again, landed to pirouette on a toe, a top that gyrated on and on and on, while it swung in ever wider precessions until she was a wheel, which abruptly became an arrow and at once the catavale which dodged the shaft and rent the hunter.

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  • The planet is liable to shocks from comets, perturbations from planets, rendings from earthquake and volcano, alterations of climate, precessions of equinoxes.

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  • This gives extremely accurate explanations for all planetary precessions, as well as the correct

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  • Well, between precessions, a jazz festival and a Central ... humidity: 85\% wind speed: 9 mph SSW


  • Given half a chance, I'm sure that every single village in Bahrain will have several streams going in no time at all to broadcast everything from religious precessions, weddings, community issues and even their own local news channel covering topics which interest them.

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  • (B0) do not produce signal because of lack of coherence between the individual precessions

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