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pen·du·lar

 (pĕn′jə-lər, pĕn′dyə-, -də-)
adj.
Of or resembling the motion of a pendulum; swinging back and forth.
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pendular

(ˈpɛndjʊlə)
adj
hanging; swinging like a pendulum
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Therefore, this study aims to describe and compare the results of ocular tests (saccadic movement, pendular tracking, and optokinetic nystagmus) among the groups with dyslexia, learning disorders and control group.
But the pendular shifts appear to be increasing in ferocity, as well as decreasing in regularity.
The pendular calibration also tests the optokinetic function of smooth pendular stimulus tracking (vide infra).
During conventional orbital transfers, a certain windlass mechanism needs to be installed on the base satellite for damping out the pendular motion of the tethered system by adjusting the length of a tether, which is essentially consistent with the application of the traditional tethered system on the ellipse orbit.
Movimento Pendular e Perspectivas de Pesquisa em Aglomerados urbanos.
But the work refuses the satisfying ticktock of suspended spheres in repeated pendular collision; instead, the orbs are snarled in a silent knot.