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Fortunately for human observers, the crabs are often on the move, ranging freely from the vanishing wavelets of the wrack line to the toe of the secondary dunes hundreds of feet away.
Close to the strike, this wavelet can cause erratic behavior in electronic devices by changing or enhancing the electric field.
The waters are calm and clear and nothing quite beats watching airplanes take off directly overhead as the island's only runway ends where wavelets begin.
Designed for both shade and air flow, the ribbon features 10 parallel fins or wavelets, undulating and curvaceous, sculpted from glass, architectural fabric and PTFE synthetic resin.
The Wagyu steak, sliced and on a sizzling platter, doubles up on buttery: the lush A5-grade beef is topped with a wavelet of sea urchin butter spiked with the restaurant’s own togarashi spice blend.
Other works bring a new painterly liberty to her signature realist imagery, commonly done in pencil or woodcut, of choppy seas in which every wavelet can seem to have sat for its portrait.
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WAVELET Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of wavelet for English Language Learners
: a small wave
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