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Another term for the commencement of shaking the dice, in whatever capsule or container that is used in that casino. Once the spin starts players can’t make any more bets. Quite often when you are p [..]
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Electrons have an intrinsic angular momentum that is similar to what would be observed if they were spinning. Electron spin is sometimes called a "twoness" property because it can have two v [..]
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The presentation of news/reports/information by politicians, business-people, etc., (typically cynically, dishonestly, unethically) in a highly positive way, or in a way designed to supp [..]
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To tell a news story in a certain way so as to turn the emphasis in a politically favourable direction.
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A very fast turning action.
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Spin is a characteristic property of elementary particles.
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Old English spinnan (transitive) "draw out and twist fibers into thread," strong verb (past tense spann, past participle spunnen), from Proto-Germanic *spenwan (source also of Old Norse and [..]
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1831, "a rapid revolving motion," from spin (v.). Meaning "fairly rapid ride" is from 1856. Sense of "a twisting delivery in throwing or striking a ball" is from 1851. Se [..]
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A sales technique involving a logical sequence of questions about situations, problems, implications, and need payoff that salespeople use to identify the prospect's needs.
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Click for a picture Artist's representation of the spin and charge of an electron (Source: Berkeley Lab: http://www.lbl.gov/Science-Articles/Archive/sabl/2006/Jan/02-spin-drag.html) A fundamental [..]
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To pedal quickly, fluidly and seemingly effortlessly.
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- A characteristic of a disc during flight produced by the snap of a proper release.
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a swift whirling motion (usually of a missile) revolve quickly and repeatedly around one's own axis; "The dervishes whirl around and around without getting dizzy" [..]
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A term to describe the rotation of the ball
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A spin is a rotation movement of the golfball. There are many different kinds of spin: side spin, front spin, back spin depending on different playing aspects; for example the angle of the club head a [..]
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The speed of the disc's rotation (given to the disc during release).
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Professional golfers and other accomplished players can apply a variety of spins to the ball to make it curve around obstacles, turn into the wind or stop dead where it lands. These shots take skill a [..]
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vi. Equivalent to buzz. More common among C and UNIX programmers.
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To pedal quickly, fluidly and seemingly effortlessly.
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A politician's attempt to shape the way the public looks at an issue or event, much the way a tennis player uses spin to direct the ball. Political advisers who spin are known as "spin docto [..]
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shpinen
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The attempt to place a favourable interpretation on an event so that people or the media will interpret it in that way. Those performing this act are known as spin doctors.
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Giro (La dirección o perspectiva hacia la cual se dirige el analista de
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sucesos políticos)
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Noun: a short bicycle ride for pleasure or exercise Verb: to pedal at a rapid cadence
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Putting a positive slant on something bad or emphasising only the positive aspects while ignoring the negatives. Compare with balance.
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Moving the reels during the game.
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The spin button or pulling the lever on the side of the slot machine activates the spinning of the reels to determine if you won or not. Streaky Slots
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refers to one round of slot machine play. "As a low-roller, I'm most comfortable betting about $0.50 per spin
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Spins are when the reels appear to be in motion before coming to a stop .
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the button on the slot used to spin the reels. In the 1970s when the first video slot came out the spin button was used to replace the lever for spinning of the reels.
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Slant of a press source.
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hidden slant of a press source, which usually casts the client in a positive light
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A number that labels the intrinsic angular momentum of a particle, essentially how much the particle rotates around its axis. This number can only take on discrete values. Particles with different spi [..]
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circular, Circular motion. (physics) A quantum angular momentum associated with subatomic particles, which also creates a magnetic moment. A favourable comment or interpretation intended to bias opini [..]
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Intrinsic angular momentum of a particle, given in units of , the quantum unit of angular momentum, where = h/2 = 6.58 x 10-34 Js.
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(n) a swift whirling motion (usually of a missile)(n) the act of rotating rapidly(n) a short drive in a car(n) rapid descent of an aircraft in a steep spiral(n) a distinctive interpretation (espe [..]
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Intrinsic angular momentum of particles; given in multiples of half integer units of Planck’s constant, “h” (Martin).
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 to pedal at high cadence.
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Tool used to re-orient your design in any direction, allowing you to view it from any angle.
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 Touch screen with two fingers and twist quickly to rotate image.  
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the presentation of material with a positive slant or in a manner designed to elicit a favourable public reception ( see rhetoric).
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To pedal quickly, fluidly and seemingly effortlessly.
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of an electron, intrinsic angular momentum of an electron, affecting energy levels of atoms and such phenomena as the ordering of elements in the periodic table. To explain spin, the electron was orig [..]
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The standard method of identification for superannuation products within the financial services industry in Australia.
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To search a cell
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In aviation, a spin is an aggravated stall resulting in autorotation wherein the aircraft follows a downward corkscrew path. Spins are characterized by high angle of attack, low airspeed, and high rat [..]
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An aerobatic maneuver produced by deliberately aggravating an unbalanced stall or a perilous consequence of inadvertently aggravating an unbalanced stall.  Think of only one wing producing lift.  Uh [..]
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when the reels are in motion
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The rotation of a ball. Topspin: Spin placed on a ball to allow it to curve down onto the table.
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The rotation of the ball. A player can impart spin onto the ball by using a brushing action with the racket surface.
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Rotation of the ball.
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When the wheels of the slot machine are moving, but a pay line hasn’t been reached yet.
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Refers to a bet on the game in which players spin the reels.
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The turning of the reels until they come to a stop to reveal whether you win a payout.
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To trigger the reels to spin and stop at a random position.
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a narrow approach to an idea that is adapted to fit a specific audience or circumstances; can be a noun or verb
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To pedal quickly, fluidly and seemingly effortlessly.
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In public relations and politics, spin is a form of propaganda, achieved through providing a biased interpretation of an event or campaigning to persuade public opinion in favor or against some organi [..]
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In public relations and politics, spin is a form of propaganda, achieved through providing a biased interpretation of an event or campaigning to persuade public opinion in favor or against some organi [..]
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Spin or spinning may refer to: Wheelspin, spinning the wheels of a vehicle in place Spin (propaganda), a heavily biased portrayal of an event or situation Spinning (cycling) or indoor cycling, a form [..]
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In public relations and politics, spin is a form of propaganda, achieved through providing a biased interpretation of an event or campaigning to persuade public opinion in favor or against some organi [..]
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In public relations and politics, spin is a form of propaganda, achieved through providing a biased interpretation of an event or campaigning to persuade public opinion in favor or against some organi [..]
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A spin is a special category of stall resulting in autorotation about the vertical axis and a shallow, rotating, downward path. Spins can be entered intentionally or unintentionally, from any flight a [..]
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Spin is an American music magazine founded in 1985 by publisher Bob Guccione, Jr. The magazine stopped running in print in 2012 and currently runs as a webzine.
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In radio broadcasting, a spin is a single play of a song. The term is also used as a unit to measure (or induce) popularity, typically in spins per week. This measure is also known as rotation, and is [..]
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Spin or spinning may refer to: Wheelspin, spinning the wheels of a vehicle in place Spin (propaganda), a heavily biased portrayal of an event or situation Spinning (cycling) or indoor cycling, a form [..]
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Spin is the first solo album released by former Savage Garden member Darren Hayes. The album was mixed by Chris Lord-Alge and produced by Walter Afanasieff. It was released in Australia in March 2002 [..]
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"Spin" is the tenth track of Shine, the 2005 release Trey Anastasio, although the song is credited to both Trey Anastasio and Brendan O'Brien. It was recorded in mid-2005 at the Southern Tra [..]
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"Spin" is the tenth track of Shine, the 2005 release Trey Anastasio, although the song is credited to both Trey Anastasio and Brendan O'Brien. It was recorded in mid-2005 at the Southern Tra [..]
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In mathematics, a Spin(7)-manifold is an eight-dimensional Riemannian manifold with the exceptional holonomy group Spin(7). Spin(7)-manifolds are Ricci-flat and admit a parallel spinor. They also admi [..]
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A spin is a b-boying move that involves rotation of the breaker's body about some axis in contact with the ground. It is possible to perform a spin on virtually any part of the body, but bare skin oft [..]
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Spin is a 1995 documentary film by Brian Springer composed of raw satellite feeds featuring politicians' pre-appearance planning. It covers, not only the presidential election, but also the 1992 Los A [..]
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Spin is a science fiction novel by author Robert Charles Wilson. It was published in 2005 and won the Hugo Award for Best Novel in 2006. It is the first book in the Spin trilogy, with Axis (the second [..]
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Spin is a science fiction novel by author Robert Charles Wilson. It was published in 2005 and won the Hugo Award for Best Novel in 2006. It is the first book in the Spin trilogy, with Axis (the second [..]
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"Spin" is the sixth episode of the second season of House, which premiered on Fox on November 15, 2005.
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A Software Process Improvement Network (SPIN) is an organization of professionals who are interested in software and systems process improvement. There are currently 114 SPINs worldwide in their indiv [..]
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The SPIN Operating System is a research project implemented in the computer programming language Modula-3, and is an Open Source project. It is designed with three goals in mind: flexibility, safety a [..]
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The SPIN Operating System is a research project implemented in the computer programming language Modula-3, and is an Open Source project. It is designed with three goals in mind: flexibility, safety a [..]
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"Spin" is a song by American alternative rock band Lifehouse from their 2002 album, Stanley Climbfall. It was written by Jason Wade and produced by Ron Aniello. The song received positive re [..]
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"Spin" is a song by American alternative rock band Lifehouse from their 2002 album, Stanley Climbfall. It was written by Jason Wade and produced by Ron Aniello. The song received positive re [..]
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In quantum mechanics and particle physics, spin is an intrinsic form of angular momentum carried by elementary particles, composite particles (hadrons), and atomic nuclei. Spin is one of two types of [..]
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"Spin (Everybody's Doin' It)" is the first and only Australian release taken from Vanessa Amorosi's second studio album Change. The single was released on 28 October 2002 and debuted at No. [..]
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SPIN (or South Pacific Island Network) was a submarine communications cable system that would connect the New Zealand to Tahiti and would connect several South Pacific islands along the way. The SPIN [..]
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Spin is the fourth studio album by Irish band Scullion. It was released in 1985 by Dara Records and produced by Jon Dunford.
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Spin (also known as You Are Here) is a 2007 American comedy-drama film directed by Henry Pincus, and featuring Patrick Flueger, Adam Campbell, Katie Cassidy and Lauren German.
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Spin is a 2003 American drama film starring Ryan Merriman, Stanley Tucci, Dana Delany, Paula Garcés and Rubén Blades. It was released at the Cannes Film Market 17 May 2004 and was limited released i [..]
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Spin (French: Les Hommes de l'ombre - literally The Shadow Men) is a French political television drama series created by Dan Franck, Frederic Tellier, Charline de Lépine and Emmanuel Daucé, and broa [..]
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Spin or spinning may refer to: Wheelspin, spinning the wheels of a vehicle in place Spin (propaganda), a heavily biased portrayal of an event or situation Spinning (cycling) or indoor cycling, a form [..]
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