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modulate to a (different) key

to change from one musical key to another by means of a musical transition. Suddenly, the organist modulated to a key that was too high for most of the singers. I will have to modulate to a lower key before I start the next hymn.
See also: key, modulate

modulate

n. to relax; to chill. Cool it man. Modulate. Relax.
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065 in which the peak of the modulating signals are greater then the peak of the triangular carrier signal.
Dedicated flow diverting devices for eliminating cerebral aneurysms from circulation without the need for coils have already been cleared for marketing in Europe since mid-2008 and dedicated flow modulating devices for peripheral aneurysm repair entered the European market in 2009.
The article, "Immunologic Control of Tumors by In Vivo Fcy Receptor-Targeted Antigen Loading in Conjunction with Double-Stranded RNA-Mediated Immune Modulation," details how MCET and its collaborators showed that the Company's technology resulted in control of tumor growth by modulating the immune system.
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The claims of this patent cover methods for modulating the immunostimulatory effect of novel dinucleotide motifs and CpG motifs by introducing modifications in the flanking sequence.
The HEMi has a unique design that includes encoding, multiplexing, modulating and upconverting all-in-one cost-effective unit.
Characterizing and modulating those interactions often requires the use of highly specialized protein agents, many of which must be produced within the target cell itself.
These results support the possibility of modulating autoimmune inflammation with an hsp-related mechanism that is independent of the trigger of autoimmunity.
Genomatix provides tools for controlling gene expression and modulating protein interactions.
CureTech, initiated its operations in 2001, focuses on the research, development and commercialization of novel, broad-spectrum, immune modulating products for the treatment and control of cancer.
OTCBB: SPHC) is pleased to announce that it has finalized an exclusive worldwide license from Georgetown University for "Methods and Compositions for Modulating Serum Cortisol Levels" through its Samaritan Laboratories, Georgetown University collaboration.