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tuned

mod. tipsy; drunk. Willy was a little tuned so Sally swiped his car keys.
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The note didn't have to be loud; those eight instruments were so perfectly tuned, matched overtone to overtone, that they spoke as one.
If this single screw is loosened, the pipe can be tuned manually without disassembling the automatic tuning system.
Many of these adjustments have even made it impossible to ascertain how the pipes were originally tuned. Consequently, the research could only focus on the pipes that were modified by means of tuning slots, in the case of which the initial pitch can be determined.
"I get a thrill out of hearing someone like Llyr Williams play and Bryn Terfel sing to the accompaniment of a piano I have tuned," he said.
Fritze suggests archers should at the very least have their bow inspected, tuned up, and strings changed every two years.
Those classical tuning techniques should be said to be only one-dimensional, which means that only either electric or magnetic parameters are tuned. In the design of a coupled cavity filter, for example, such one-dimensional tuning is made through the changing of electric or magnetic fields in cavities and/or in connection with inter- cavity coupling sections.
The filter can be tuned well through less than four iterations.
With the proposed tuning approach, we tuned the chess evaluation function of BBChess chess program.
2 : to adjust in musical pitch <I tuned my guitar.>
Most applications are not so dynamic that they require adaptive tune, but virtually any process can be better tuned. The resulting PID settings (proportional band, integral reset, and derivative/rate) will better reflect the thermal characteristics of the process.
SFDJM-14" Toca Mechanically Tuned Freestyle Djembe, 14" SFDJM-12" Toca Mechanically Tuned Freestyle Djembe, 12" SFDJM-10" Toca Mechanically Tuned Freestyle Djembe, 10" SFDJM-9" Toca Mechanically Tuned Freestyle Djembe, 9"
Most applications are not so dynamic that they require adaptive tuning, but virtually any process can be better tuned. The resulting PID settings (proportional band, integral reset and derivative/rate) will better reflect the thermal characteristics of the process.
To reduce crosswind leg vibrations, compact spring-assisted pendulum Tuned Mass Dampers inside each leg boost leg damping from 0.15% to 0.5% of critical.
When a system is well tuned, the product is kept closer to the ideal processing temperature.