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shake

n. a milkshake. (Colloquial or Standard English.) I’d like a chocolate shake, please.
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The damage can be even greater when a shaking episode ends with an impact (hitting a wall or a crib mattress, for example), because the forces of acceleration and deceleration associated with an impact are so strong.
Since 1999 the USGS "Did You Feel It?" (DYFI) Web page has produced maps of shaking severity for significant earthquakes, not using data from seismometers, but from information provided by citizens via detailed Internet questionnaires.
Another, less obvious cause of head shaking - and the likely cause in Blitz's case - is a lack of household humidity.
"The shaking seemed to last for about 10 seconds, and though I can't be sure it felt as if there were two tremors."
Leave 3/4" of head space in the jar, which allows room for the shaking process.
The same type of ice for stirring is also right kind for shaking drinks.
An odd result from the experiment was that the parrots appeared sensitive to side-to-side, but not upand-down, shaking. The researchers speculated that vertical shaking may have distracted the birds by reminding them of head-bobbing, a common parrot behaviour.
A short Islamic Hadith narrates that the Prophet (Peace Be Upon Him) said, "It is better for one of you to be stabbed with a metal needle than to touch a woman who is not halal (lawful) for you." Some Muslims perceive hand shaking between opposite sexes as forbidden by the religion while others don't see handshaking as linked to religion.
Shaking just ice and alcohol had cut the spirit's potency nearly in half, diluting the drink 1.75 times more than stirring did.
But the procession of players shaking hands has come into our game via the Champions League then become accepted.
The shaking was felt on the Martha's Vineyard golf course as Mr Obama was just starting a round.
"Things were shaking around me and we stood in the doorway looking out at our cars and we could see things shaking inside the cars," Mrs.
This is a well-known term for babies and young children who suffer serious inflicted head injuries, often from violent shaking or shaking combined with impact.
Columnist Daoud al-Shiryan of the pan-Arab daily AL HAYAT suggested on Tuesday that Saudi Arabia should not refrain from shaking the hands of Israeli officials.
Sudden changes in camera angle can cause significant blur in images taken during standard shooting, whereas blur caused by shift-based shaking, when a camera moves parallel to the subject, is more pronounced in macro and other close-up photography.