In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- One remembers the fellow visitor off to the right but cannot see them, as they are blotted out by the strobe's afterimage.
- I think most commercial strobes are fixed so you can't hit the seizure-inducing frequencies, anyway.
- Ah well, let's just stare at the white strobe for a few seconds.
- I maintained electrical control and activated the strobes to increase our visibility.
- Run silent until you see the infrared strobe, bogeys reported in your area.
- It seemed to mimic the sound pattern his strobes were making, but where was it coming from?
- For instance, a retractor can keep a console model away from a strobe or electric scooter.
- Any electrical device, such as torches or strobes, must be reliable and robust if it is to be relied on as a marker buoy.
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