shaker

[n] - a person who wields power and influence 2. [n] - a member of Christian group practicing celibacy and communal living and common possession of property and separation from the world 3. [n] - a container in which something can be shaken
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Shaker

An electromagnetic device capable of imparting known vibratory acceleration to a given object. See also: Shake Table Test.
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Shaker

Member of the Christian sect of the United Society of Believers in Christ's Second Appearing, called Shakers because of their ecstatic trembling and shaking during worship. The movement was founded...
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shaker

Drosophila gene encoding a potassium channel. Related genes, shab , shal and shaw are known in flies and humans. The mutation is so-called because the fly&`s legs shake under ether anaesthesia.
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Shaker

Shak'er noun 1. A person or thing that shakes, or by means of which something is shaken. 2. One of a religious sect who do not marry, popularly so called from the movements of the members in dancing, which forms a part of their worship. » The sect originated in England in 1747, an
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Shaker

Drosophila gene encoding a potassium channel. Related gene families Shab, Shal, Shaw have now been found in both fly and human. The Drosophila shaker mutant is so called and readily detected, because the flies legs shake under ether anesthesia. ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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shaker

noun a container in which something can be shaken
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Shaker

noun a member of Christian group practicing celibacy and communal living and common possession of property and separation from the world
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shaker

noun a person who wields power and influence; `a shaker of traditional beliefs`; `movers and shakers in the business world`
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Shaker

• (n.) A variety of pigeon. • (n.) One of a religious sect who do not marry, popularly so called from the movements of the members in dancing, which forms a part of their worship. • (n.) A person or thing that shakes, or by means of which something is shaken.
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Shaker

member of the United Society of Believers in Christ`s Second Appearing, a celibate millenarian group that established communal settlements in the ... [8 related articles]
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Shaker

[instrument] The word shaker describes a large number of percussive musical instruments used for creating rhythm in music. They are so called because the method of creating sound involves shaking them—moving them back and forth rather than striking them. Most may also be struck for a greater accent on certain beats. Shakers are often used
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Shaker

[band] Shaker (formed in Kitchener, Ontario in 2002) are a Canadian rock/pop group, known for their commercially viable modern rock music, featuring lush vocal harmonies with a southern rock-influenced foundation. == History == ===Early days=== Shaker formed as the result of a new year`s resolution agreed upon by singer/guitarist Daniel Bro
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Shaker

A simplistic furniture design including features such as straight, tapered legs, and woven-strap chair seats. Style originated in the mid 1770's from an American religious sect (shakers). The shaker style is renowned for exceptional design and craftsmanship combined with functionality and beauty.
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shaker

  1. a person who wields power and influence
  2. a member of Christian group practicing celibacy and communal living and common possession of property and separation from the world

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Shaker

Member of the Christian sect of the United Society of Believers in Christ's Second Appearing, called Shakers because of their ecstatic trembling and shaking during worship. The movement was founded by James and Jane Wardley in England about 1747, and taken to North America in 1774 by Ann Lee (173......
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shaker

Furniture made by the Shakers, a puritanical community in the USA founded by emigrants from Britain in 1774. The Shaker men made articles notable for their simplicity of construction and appearance, economy of design and material, yet high quality of craftsmanship. The styles remained unchanged until the late 19thC when output and quality declined
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Shaker

[laboratory] A shaker is a device used in chemistry and biology laboratories to stir liquids. A typical shaker has a table board that oscillates horizontally, powered by an electric motor. The liquids to be stirred are held in beakers, jars, or Erlenmeyer flasks that are placed over the table; or, sometimes, in test tubes or vials that are
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Shaker

[testing device] A shaker is a device used in vibration testing to excite the structure either for endurance testing or modal testing. see also : ...
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Shaker

[album] Shaker is the second and final album David Johansen recorded with the Harry Smiths. The album was released in 2002 by Chesky Records and continues highlighting the folk style music from the first album. Additionally, the album brings in blues music with songs from Son House, Muddy Waters, and Charlie Patton. Shaker would be the last
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