Swirl

• (n.) To whirl, or cause to whirl, as in an eddy. • (n.) A whirling motion; an eddy, as of water; a whirl.
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swirl

(from the article `tropical cyclone`) ...winds associated with them typically flow in a different direction than those of the cyclone, allowing them to be identified. Other small-scale ...
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Swirl

[organization] Swirl is an American anti-racist grassroots organization, incorporated in 2000, that serves the mixed heritage community. It aims to develop a national consciousness around mixed heritage issues to empower members to organize and take action towards progressive social change. There are currently chapters in New York, Boston, ...
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Swirl

Swirl noun A whirling motion; an eddy, as of water; a whirl. 'The silent swirl of bats.' Mrs. Browning.
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Swirl

Swirl transitive verb & i. [ imperfect & past participle Swirled ; present participle & verbal noun Swirling .] [ Akin to Norw. svirla to whirl, freq. of sverra to whirl, Danish svirre , German schwirren to w...
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swirl

noun A double rotation in hyperspace in which the magnitudes of the two rotations are equal. In a swirl, every point on the object traces a circle around the center of the rotations. There are left-handed and right-handed swirls, much as there are clockwise and counterclockwise rotations.
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