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The smartphone features sensors that detect variations in the way letters are formed, and vibrates instantaneously if an error is sensed.
The sensors include a vibrating motor and these can be set to vibrate to indicate when someone moves outside a desirable range.
Paper cups do not vibrate as well as the plastic or tin, and Styrofoam hardly vibrates at all.
Low frequencies caused the tympanai membrane to vibrate more than the high frequencies did.
Usually, the signal is used to generate a varying magnetic field, which in turn vibrates a mechanical cone, so producing the sound.
He will need to explain to me how colours can vibrate in the sky of Teesside, because how colours can vibrate is beyond the imagination of a humble Luddite like me.
capacity for breaking up sand (on display), Grid Tables--raise flasks off roller conveyor to vibrate & compact sand around patterns, and Vibrators--styles and models for match plate, molding, shell core, & rollover machines (on display).
The design of this bracket and stud arrangement is already of the double nut fashion and should not vibrate loose when properly installed and torqued.
This causes the anvil to vibrate and push the stirrup.
I've never seen the bullpen vibrate since I've been here,'' Lima said.
Cancerous cells are softer than normal cells, so they might vibrate at different frequencies than normal cells do.
and satellite radio station Music Bird said Friday they have developed technology for making natural flowers vibrate to create musical sounds.