Some articles on shock, shocks:
... AMC had adopted Velocette's twin-shock swingarm rear suspension design for its top models ... Vertical shock absorber units were introduced in 1949 ... The initial "Candlestick" shocks held only 50 cc of SAE 20 weight oil ...
... Symptoms described as "brain zaps", "brain shocks", "brain shivers", "brain pulse-waves", "head shocks", "pulses", "flickers", or "cranial zings" are withdrawal symptoms experienced during discontinuation (or ... responses to dose reduction or cessation include dizziness, electric shock-like sensations, sweating, nausea, insomnia, tremor, confusion, nightmares, and vertigo ... of adverse event reporting showed that descriptions of "electric shocks" from patients on paroxetine had been reported more frequently than some other symptoms ...
... Shocks are transition layers across which there is a transport of particles ... There are three types of shocks in MHD slow-mode, intermediate and fast-mode shocks ... Intermediate shocks are non-compressive (meaning that the plasma density does not change across the shock) ...
... TXT-1 exhibits a straight-axle suspension system damped via silicone-filled shocks, the latter a departure from friction shocks used on the Clod Buster ... is the fixed-ratio cantilever arrangement actuating the shocks which lengthens the effective range through which the shocks travel, increasing suspension articulation ...
... beginning in August 1964, there were seismic shocks ... The earthquakes began in May 1965 and the biggest shocks had occurred later in October and November after the reservoir was full ... As many as 25 shocks occurred a day ...
Famous quotes containing the word shocks:
“The end will come quickly, my love. There is a pain beyond pain, an agony so intense it shocks the mind into instant oblivion. Well find immortality together, for theyll remember me through you.”
—Crane Wilbur (18891973)
“Vice, in its true light, is so deformed, that it shocks us at first sight; and would hardly ever seduce us, if it did not at first wear the mask of some virtue.”
—Philip Dormer Stanhope, 4th Earl Chesterfield (16941773)
“Order is Heavens first law; and this confessed,
Some are, and must be, greater than the rest,
More rich, more wise; but who infers from hence
That such are happier, shocks all common sense.
Condition, circumstance, is not the thing;
Bliss is the same in subject or in king.”
—Alexander Pope (16881744)