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1. A disturbance, usually orderly and predictable, observed as a moving ridge with a definable frequency and amplitude. 2. An undulating or vibrating motion. 3. An oscillation seen in the recording of an electrocardiogram, electroencephalogram, or other graphic record of physiological activity.
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