rocking

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rock·ing

 (rŏk′ĭng)
n.
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rocking

(ˈrɒkɪŋ)
n
a rocking movement
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Translations

rocking

[ˈrɒkɪŋ]
A. Nbalanceo m
B. CPD rocking chair Nmecedora f, mecedor m (LAm)
rocking horse Ncaballito m de balancín
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rocking

:
rocking chair
rocking horse
nSchaukelpferd nt
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And so, admitted through black swollen gates That must arrest all distance otherwise,--Past whirling pillars and lithe pediments, Light wrestling there incessantly with light, Star kissing star through wave on wave unto Your body rocking! and where death, if shed, Presumes no carnage, but this single change.--Upon the steep floor flung from dawn to dawn The silken skilled transmemberment of song; Permit me voyage, love, into your hands....
Next are stereotypies, which usually don't have a premonitory feeling and are more fluid and rhythmic such as body rocking and leg bobbing.
Apparently, the design is that of a very slim woman's body rocking a dress that's made out of gray Moschino belts.
Studies have shown that vigorous exercise is associated with decreased stereotypic (self-stimulatory such as hand flapping or body rocking) behaviors, hyperactivity, aggression, self-injury, and destructiveness.
It is good to know that repeated behaviors such as thumb sucking, nail/lip biting, hair twirling, body rocking, self-biting, and head banging are relatively common in childhood, and often (but not mostly) disappear after age 4.
It is good to know that repeated behaviors such as thumb sucking, nail / lip biting, hair twirling, body rocking, self-biting, and head banging are relatively common in childhood, and often (but not mostly) disappear after age 4.1 like to set the expectation that one habit or tic often evolves to another to reduce panic when this happens.
Mean IOA scores for Mason's hand flapping and body rocking were 94 % (range, 87-97 %) and 92 % (range, 8994 %), respectively.
SHE glances over her shoulder at Tommy, the ungainly way he climbs down, his body rocking from side to side, his big trowel-shaped hands trying to find a purchase somewhere on the wet rocks.
Body rocking, head banging, and head rolling: an analysis of rhvthmic motor activities in normal infants.
Decreased body rocking, better sitting posture, more verbal communication among peers and teachers, better balance on unstable surfaces, and improved learning ability were reported.
cloth womb onto our kitchen floor her roly-poly body rocking
Picture the scene ( an pounds 80,000 five-seater limo being punted around a race track, tyres squealing and body rocking in the hands of an ex Grand Prix driver.