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- n. The quality of being wavy; the extent to which something is wavy.
- n. A tendency to form waves or curls.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The quality or state of being wavy.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The state or quality of being wavy or undulating.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. (of hair) a tendency to curl
- n. unevenness produced by waves or wrinkles
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It is finer in quality and possesses more waviness, which is a help in the process of spinning.
Are you saying there is "waviness" in both the files I uploaded?
Whether or not you get "waviness" on a DVD will depend on how well your DVD player deinterlaces
The only thing is, others have said they've seen issues with the converted video on their systems as well. brassplyer - what do you mean by "waviness"?
Minor force imbalances can cause a coin to develop "waviness" during the shrinking process.
Because they are similar in their waviness does not necessarily imply an aether.
His hair was chestnut-brown, glinting in the candle-light to gold, and the hint of waviness in it explained the perceptible droop to his tawny moustache.
She should have spotted one one of those crimping irons to put a bit of waviness in his hair, as ye olde English kings did back in the day.
But with the waviness problem more or less eliminated — installers learned from their peers 'mistakes, and many siding products are now more rigid — and thanks in part to its relatively low price and resistance to water and insects, vinyl now dominates the exterior-siding market.
But I stepped onto the warped floor, feeling the waviness of the wood through the soles of my shoes.