A stellar-mass black hole would produce pulses in the 100 to 450 Hz range, though still with that 3-to-2 ratio between the flares.
He also tries out flourishes and flares, which may at times work.
Abramoff is a man with a temper, and it flares at remembrance of past grievances.
And then the flares light up the sky and the building begins to shake from the deadly thunder of Protective Edge.
When he finally arrives, however, his flares go unseen, his shouting unheard.
Far away against the horizon towards which we travelled, Hun flares and rockets were going up.
Then suddenly the flame of the altar flared as flares the summer lightning.
Far, far to the south Ypres flashes and flares on the horizon, with its night-long artillery fire.
Glad to meet Freyberg again (the man who swam to light the flares at Enos).
The Germans are prodigal in their expenditure of these flares.
mid-16c., originally "spread out" (hair), of unknown origin, perhaps from Dutch vlederen. Related: Flared; flaring. The notion of "spreading out in display" is behind the notion of "spreading gradually outward" (1640s). Flare-up "a sudden burst" is from 1837.
"bright, unsteady light," 1814, from flare (v.), which led to the sense of "signal fire" (1883). Flares "flared trousers" is from 1964.
An area of redness on the skin surrounding the primary site of infection or irritation.