wobble

[n] - a rocking motion 2. [v] - move unsteadily
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Wobble

Wob'ble intransitive verb See Wabble .
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wobble

In molecular biology, unorthodox pairing between the base at the 5' end of an anticodon and the base that pairs with it (in the 3'-position of the codon); thus, the anticodon 3'-UCU-5' may pair with 5'-AGA-3' (normal or Watson-Crick pairing) or with 5'-AGG-3' (wobble). Wobble pairings can occur between the unusual base hypoxanthine and adenine, ura...
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wobble

noun an unsteady rocking motion
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Wobble

• (v. i.) See Wabble.
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Wobble

[song] `Wobble` is the second single of rapper V.I.C. from his debut album Beast. The single was produced by Mr. Collipark. Before recording this song, he made a track called `Wobble (Skit)` to introduce the song `Wobble`. Both tracks are in the album. Atlanta`s V-103 former radio personality Frank Ski is featured on the song on the intro a...
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wobble

Type: Term Pronunciation: wah′bĕl Definitions: 1. In molecular biology, unorthodox pairing between the base at the 5′ end of an anticodon and the base that pairs with it (in the 3′ position of the codon); thus, the anticodon 3′-UCU-5′ may pair with 5′-AGA-3′ (normal or Watson-Crick pairing) or with 5&#...
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Wobble

Wobble or wobbles means to shake or wiggle and may also refer to: ...
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