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use "oscillate" in a sentence

The dipoles that produce the transmitted (refracted) light oscillate in the polarization direction of that light.

Another issue to consider is the inlet temperature of the heat transfer fluid which can oscillate (in response to the temperature control valve) over a wide temperature range to
etc. orthography and diction japanese particles are written in hiragana in modern japanese, even though some of them have kanji forms.

‹ew› is used in English orthography to represent /ju?/ as in few and flew.

However, German orthography is not entirely consistent in this.

The Tukudh Bible is in a century old orthography that is not very accurate, and thus hard to read.

Phonology and orthography The phonology of Mauritian Creole is very similar to that of French.

The orthography of the informal language follows that of the formal language.

He made a strong effort to establish a codified orthography and grammar for the Basque language, and proposed several neologisms to replace words of Spanish origin.

Since then, Modern Greek has been written mostly in the simplified monotonic orthography (or monotonic system), which employs only the acute accent and the diaeresis.

There is no standardized orthography for Nobiin.

The rule of thumb for Finnish orthography is: write as you read, read as you write.

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