Baryon oscillation is basically sound waves in the early Universe.
The oscillation was rendered more formidable by her list, and there were moments when I could not keep my feet.
The extent of these movements of the pen measures the grade of the oscillation.
Then it takes one-millionth of a second for one oscillation.
The oscillation of the fan is imparted to everything around.
The reasons of this oscillation we shall have occasion to consider in dealing with the fourth antinomy.
The time for anxiety and hesitation is over, for doubts and oscillation.
It is just to remember a like oscillation in the first Allegro.
The oscillation of the ocean is closely related to the convulsions of the earth.
I could answer you: but my mind has certain moments of repose, or rather of oscillation, which I would not for the world disturb.
1650s, from French oscillation, from Latin oscillationem (nominative oscillatio), noun of action from past participle stem of oscillare "to swing," supposed to be from oscillum "little face," literally "little mouth," a mask of open-mouthed Bacchus hung up in vineyards as a charm (the sense evolution would be via the notion of "swing in the breeze"); from PIE *os- "mouth" (see oral).
oscillation os·cil·la·tion (ŏs'ə-lā'shən)
The act of oscillating.
The state of being oscillated.
A single oscillatory cycle.
A stage in inflammation in which the accumulation of white blood cells in the small vessels arrests the passage of blood, thus causing a to-and-fro movement of the blood at each cardiac contraction.