pendulate

pendulate

(ˈpɛndjʊˌleɪt)
vb (intr)
to swing in the motion of a pendulum
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A motion in the horizontal direction only makes the film pendulate on the tubes but does not essentially change the film thickness.
There are several reasons why low-income individuals don't have a Credit Bureau history: they exceeded the debt-to-income ratio accepted by creditors in the past too, due to low value of income, they don't have legal forms of work, don't have a job at all or pendulate between low-paid, insecure, short-term jobs and social benefits.
Terrified by their unheimliche settings, haunted by their doppelgangers, they incessantly pendulate between the poles of reason and madness, love and hate, in search of a safe place "out of space, out of time."
At the same time, those too many caught, during the ancien regime, in the so-called "gray zone" (33) are inclined to viciously pendulate between a positive reevaluation of the past and a clean and sound adaptation to the present realities.