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flicker out

To become less powerful before ceasing altogether. When the lights flickered out, we knew the storm outside was to blame.
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flicker out

[for a flame] to dwindle, little by little, until it goes out. The candle flickered out, leaving us in total darkness. When the last flame flickered out, the room began to get cold.
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flicker out

v.
To waver in intensity and then completely subside: The candle burned for an hour and then flickered out.
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Flicker is inspired by Fleetwood Mac and The Eagles and is said to have a folk/pop vibe.
8 lens; 2X extender) the Northern Flicker at a distance of approximately 15 m from the side of a road known locally as the Telegraph Trail.
The impact of flicker on occupants can be more than annoyance, eyestrain and complaints.
Conventional LCD screens flicker 200 times per second.
A test operator observed each of the test combinations and recorded the severity of the visible flicker using a qualitative scale.
Flicker directed episodes of a handful of TV series, including "The Dick Van Dyke Show," but got his first break in features by co-writing the Elvis Presley film "Spinout" (1966).
The output of this device is the Instaneous Flicker Sensation (IFS) expressed in perceptibility units.
Drag flicker Rupinder, who has been in good form, was the top scorer and scored two goals.
The tiny LEDs can flicker on and off 1,000 times quicker than the larger LEDs, meaning they can transmit data more quickly.
Although sound impact is regulated by the state, flicker is not.
It was hypothesized that the two groups who use cell phones during the Change Detection experiment under the flicker and no flicker condition would be less likely to detect environmental change.
Light flicker from 60 Hz magnetically-ballasted fluorescent, metal halide, and high pressure sodium lamps has been an ongoing concern of the lighting practice community because of the possible connection to headaches, distraction, fatigue, lower productivity, and annoyance in a small but significant population.
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VELVET Flicker sprung something of a surprise in the featured Woodlands Stakes at Naas yesterday.