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- n. The property of being shaky.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Quality of being shaky.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Shaky character or condition.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a shaky motion
- n. the quality of being unstable and insecure
Sorry, no etymologies found.
A look on my stats a while ago about last year showed ITN searching for "Gordon Brown Parkinsons"... the shakiness could be a hint?
Problem would seem to be Win7RC shakiness, which is fine: it's an RC, after all ..
When I view my own conversions on my standalone hooked up to my TV set I never see that "shakiness".
Many of the unpleasant side effects of the immunosuppressant drugs - such as shakiness, sleeplessness and a burning sensation in the feet - have declined, she said.
Because recently i've made another DVD using FAVC with full-d1 and it turns out that the result is shaky and i thought this is caused by choosing half-d1 (Please read my first post since i've explained a lot about the 'shakiness' there if you haven't).
Steve Kean's side were, if anything, likelier to score than the hosts, if only because of Manuel Almunia's shakiness in goal.
He nodded and kept going, even as it passed through him that he was being rude, that at the very least he should thank her, and for his own shakiness eat a bit of her cheese and fruit.
The US assessment may turn out to be over-optimistic, given the Taliban's ability in the past to mount surprise attacks, the corruption in the Afghanistan government, the shakiness of Afghan army and police forces, and the double-games played by the Pakistan intelligence services.
AP Photo/Paul Sakuma "There is a shakiness in the overall economy and it is being reflected in the numbers that are coming in from retailers," said Janet Hoffman , managing director of the retail practice at Accenture.
I'm hoping to have it done in the next day or two if I can get past the, "Oh, my gosh, it's ending," shakiness that always comes with finishing an epic story.