normal mode


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normal mode

n.
The vibrational state of an oscillating system in which the frequency of vibration is the same for all elements.
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All structures of the mayor's office of Bishkek are working in a normal mode.
The five conversion models are the normal mode, seasonal mode, vacation mode, extra fridge mode, and home alone mode, which uses the freezer as a mini fridge.
However, the normal mode noise and common mode noise that cause radiation noise increase in proportion to a faster switching speed.
The lamp has a 10,000-hour life in "eco" mode; in normal mode the lamp lasts 5,000 hours.
EaAoEeACEeoeAt the same time, we note that in order to ensure continuity of meeting the needs of the population and economic entities for foreign currency, bank branches and offices for currency exchange have expanded their network, operating in normal mode and will continue to sell currency on Sunday,EaAoEeACEeA[yen] a statement by CBA read.
The shift to normal mode came later than expected, Newman said, but it's another milestone completed.
Throttle response is prompt and decisive even in normal mode, especially if you work the compact six-speed manual gearbox a little.
KazSat-2 operates in the normal mode, provides services to 11 Kazakhstan operators and gets over $2 billion tenge (about $11 millions) for its services.
With a seven-speed automatic gearbox you can drive in normal mode or pull back on the gearshift to switch to sport mode and - for a diesel - rocket-like acceleration.
The normal mode is used around airfields without NVG operations and switches to NVG when the situation requires it.