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Waule has been telling uncle that Fred is very unsteady.
Hunger hurt her, and hurt her meagre breasts that should have been full for the seven feeble and mewing little ones, replicas of her save that their eyes were not yet open and that they were grotesquely unsteady on their soft, young legs.
asked Edna in an unsteady voice, wiping her face with her handkerchief.
I followed the direction of his eye, and saw that a very old and white-bearded man, clothed in a flowing black gown, had risen and was standing at the table upon unsteady legs, and feebly swaying his ancient head and surveying the company with his watery and wandering eye.
But he made a sad business of it with his unsteady hand, and a smothered titter rippled over the house.
In the evening, when they were all three together, Marianne began voluntarily to speak of him again;-- but that it was not without an effort, the restless, unquiet thoughtfulness in which she had been for some time previously sitting--her rising colour, as she spoke,-- and her unsteady voice, plainly shewed.
He told the court his client also denied being "unsteady on his feet" and said: "He does not accept being unsteady on his feet, he tells me he was a bit shaken by what had happened.
Therefore, 5Hz maximum oscillation frequency of dampers and airfoils is considered sufficient to investigate unsteady aeroacoustic cabin noise.
Sandy is clearly struggling with Ashley's news and becomes upset and unsteady
Comparisons of steady flow with unsteady pulsatile flow will be made as will a comparison between the calculated and experimental results.
The hydrodynamics of the thin liquid film over a stretching sheet were first considered by Wang [17] who reduced the unsteady Navier-Stokes equations to the coupled nonlinear ordinary differential equations by similarity transformation and solved the problem using a kind of multiple shooting method (see Roberts and Shipman [18]).
In condensing mode droplet heats up to dew point temperature and in unsteady evaporation mode droplets dispersity is defined.