Or the receiver leaping in gyration to catch a poorly thrown ball that defies all bounds of athleticism.
Then it gives a wild yelp, as in one gyration it shoots upwards, and screams round the crag.
If agreeable, I will now show you gyration 2d, or position No. 3.
The fingers themselves, provided they are very clean, have no power to stop the gyration.
This awful typhoon caught Venice in its gyration, affording a splendidly hideous field for philosophical reflection.
But at bottom the story told here is the same -- creation by gyration!
He saw them in the Ring; he was seen by them at the Opera; he came across them constantly in the gyration of London life.
Now that the air impelled returns unto its place in a gyration or whirling, is evident from the Atoms or Motes in the Sun.
Madeleine lifted her heavy-lidded eyes a little wonderingly to her sister's face, as she paused in her gyration.
His life was a gyration of energetic curiosity; an insatiable whirl of social celebrity.