pendulum statue removed after college kids ride it like Miley.
I think the pendulum has swung back on that because of books like The Blood Telegram.
But gerrymandering has cold cocked the pendulum weight, stopped it dead.
The pendulum has swung too far in the other direction from physician paternalism towards willful ignorance by patients.
That, the company seems firmly convinced, is the pendulum swinging too far in the other direction.
It swings back and forth like a pendulum, making a complete oscillation once in twelve hours.
So much for the particular impulses absorbed by the pendulum.
A pendulum is driven by the scape-wheel A, and pallets B B in the usual way.
Foma looked at the pendulum and he began to feel awkward and lonesome.
There should be no sharp hit and no jerk in the swing, which should have the even gentle motion of a pendulum.
1660, from Modern Latin pendulum (1643), noun use of neuter of Latin adjective pendulus "hanging down," from pendere "to hang" (see pendant). The Modern Latin word is perhaps a Latinization of Italian pendolo.