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  • s  having periodic vibrations

  • The cardiovascular system follows a daily pattern that is oscillatory in nature: most cardiovascular functions exhibit circadian changes (circadian is from the Latin circa and diem, .
  • Events in Europe were on the move last week, not in the oscillatory way that made up-and-down crisis headlines, but with a slow-steady movement that left things not as.
  • Ramsey's so-called separated oscillatory fields technique did not just become a valuable scientific tool; it also provided the basis for modern-day atomic clocks.

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