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When heated with a laser, each epoxy blob gave off sound waves that rippled through the chip to the sheet, causing the sheet to vibrate.
This toothbrush does it all, combining the effectiveness of a Waterpik flosser and the power of a vibrating brush head.
Another more speculative possibility is that cosmic strings could come from the tiny vibrating strings of string theory.
Sound waves are carried through water by the vibration of water molecules, and at higher temperatures, those molecules vibrate more easily.
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The discovery of this new phenomenon hints that perhaps other counterintuitive effects are yet to be discovered in vibrating systems, he says.
Mitchell has to adjust multiple vibrating strings together so that the intervals between notes match intervals in musical scales.
It has, indeed, one of the most important properties of all substances, in that it can vibrate.
OUTLINES OF THE EARTH'S HISTORYNATHANIEL SOUTHGATE SHALER
Cannot two brains that vibrate in unison at a distance of many kilometres be moved by the same psychic force?
URANIACAMILLE FLAMMARION
The struck chord ceased to vibrate as she reached the house where she had suffered and learned so much.
ALONEMARION HARLAND

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