Definitions for "Pendulum"
Pendulum is a Swing MVC and application framework built upon OpenSymphony's XWork and PicoContainer. It's primary purpose is to simplify and separate Swing.
A body so suspended from a fixed point as to swing freely to and fro by the alternate action of gravity and momentum. It is used to regulate the movements of clockwork and other machinery.
A divination practice used to answer YES or NO questions. The diviner hangs a pendulum, usually a necklace with a crystal hanging from it, holds it still, asks the pendulum a YES or NO question, then gently lets go of it. If the pendulum swings from front to back, the answer is YES, and if it swings from left to right, the answer is NO.
an effective tool, yet small enough to carry around and use anytime to plumb the depths of your subconscious and beyond
a powerful tool for accessing your own intuition, your higher guidance and wisdom in a way that you can really see and feel
a tool used to tap into our subconscious mind and higher self
Pendulum is the sixth album by American band Creedence Clearwater Revival, released in 1970 (see 1970 in music). It was also the final Creedence album with rhythm guitarist Tom Fogerty who left the group shortly after this album was released. The group continued as a trio.
Pendulum is an EP by British electronica band Broadcast, released in 2003. It preceded the release of the full-length album Haha Sound; the title track "Pendulum" is the only song from the EP to also feature on that album, though several other tracks from this EP were later included on the 2006 rarities compilation The Future Crayon.
Keywords:  stunt, flyer, foot, bike, backward
A pendulum is a stunt in which the flyer falls forward/backward to at least a 4-person catch while maintaining constant hand-to-foot contact with the base. Pendulums must be performed from shoulder stand level or lower. For a half pendulum, the flyer is then pushed back up to a vertical position. A full pendulum involves the flyer then falling to at least a 4-person catch on the other side (front or back) of the base.
Double no footed can-can, one to each side of the bike.
Pendulum are an electronic group originally hailing from Perth, Australia. In 2003, they relocated to the United Kingdom.
A magnetic holder used to hold shearing combs and cutters for sharpening.
Keywords:  wonderful, blown, hanging, sport, wing
One of the wonderful mechanisms which make this such a safe sport. You are hanging under the wing. The most natural position for you is in that stable position. If the wing is blown a bit, you will quickly pendulum back under it...
Keywords:  clever, clocks, once, help, device
a clever timing device that was once used to help clocks keep time
Derivations from Pendulum (mathematics).
The mathematics of pendulums can be quite complex, but some formulas and proofs are given below.
Keywords:  downward, kick, block
Downward block, usually against a kick.
a device for communicating with our Sub-conscious
Keywords:  axle, load, lead, end
a load at the end of an lead from the axle
Keywords:  simple, example
a simple example