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shake

n. a milkshake. (Colloquial or Standard English.) I’d like a chocolate shake, please.
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The relative merits of these different approaches can be resolved only through observations of the actual effect of earthquake shaking on soils.
Gordon McComb, a neurosurgeon who supervised the boy's treatment at Childrens Hospital Los Angeles, told investigators the injuries could have been caused only by shaking or a slap to the back of the head.
Selser said in court that shaken baby syndrome generally involves rapid and violent shaking.
He said the new maps show ``70 percent of the population of California'' living in area of high shaking hazards.
Seismic measuring devices in the Newhall Pass, Stevenson Ranch and Valencia areas indicated shaking at a higher velocity than in the San Fernando Valley during the 1994 6.
Ear infections are a prime cause of head shaking, and can be persistent and difficult to treat.
In similar tests, most animals - and small children - get confused about the way shaking and noise relate to the presence or absence of a hidden reward.
Hand shaking between genders has become a common gesture around the world, especially in business circles.
However, the shaken solution weighed 116 grams, gaining 46 grams from the amount of water knocked off from the ice cubes while shaking.
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.
Once the iPhone owner finishes shaking the device, the onscreen baby is depicted with large red X's over its eyesBaby game criticisedA GAME for the Apple iPhone in which users had to shake a baby to make it quiet was dropped after outraged complaints from US child welfare groups.
Items on my window sill were shaking, almost falling over.
The researchers installed hundreds of sensors in the home, including 75 sensors to monitor the accelerations caused by the shaking and 125 to measure how far various parts of the structure moved back and forth.