Crossword clues for cycles
n. (plural of cycle English)
Cycles is the tenth studio album by American rock band The Doobie Brothers, released in 1989 (see 1989 in music).
It marked the band's reunion after breaking up in 1982. Instead of the later configurations with Michael McDonald at the helm, the band reverted to their 1972-4 lineup although Bobby LaKind who had played percussion with later configurations also rejoined. Tom Johnston, John Hartman and Michael Hossack returned to the studio lineup for the first time since 1977, 1978 and 1974 respectively.
The album was largely co-written with producers and sidesmen. Bobby LaKind collaborated with former Doobie members John McFee and Keith Knudsen on "Time is Here and Gone" and Michael McDonald on "Tonight I'm Coming Through (The Border)". Two cover versions were included in the form of the Four Tops' "One Chain (Don't Make No Prison)" and the Isley Brothers' "Need a Little Taste of Love."
The title of the album was taken from an unused song written by Tiran Porter. Porter later recorded the song for his 1995 solo album Playing To An Empty House.
Lead track The Doctor was released as a single and stormed to No 9 on Billboard's Hot 100 and No 1 on the Mainstream Rock Chart.
After this album, Bobby Lakind quit the band, forced into retirement by terminal cancer which claimed his life in 1992.
The album was reissued in 2002 by One Way Records with two bonus tracks. The first was "Anything for Love", written by Bobby LaKind with Eddie Schwartz and Zeke Zirngiebel, which originally appeared on a CD single of "The Doctor". The second was an extended remix of "Need A Little Taste of Love," which had appeared on a CD single of "One Chain".
Cycles is a studio album by American singer Frank Sinatra, released in 1968.
Released just before Christmas in 1968, there was a ten-month gap between this album and the release of Francis A. & Edward K., which was the longest period in Sinatra's Reprise years in which he did not commercially record music (barring his contributions to The Sinatra Family Wish You a Merry Christmas).
Sinatra sang a variety of folk-rock oriented songs, including Judy Collins' " Both Sides Now" (written by Joni Mitchell) and the Glen Campbell hits "Gentle on My Mind" (written by John Hartford) and "By the Time I Get to Phoenix" (written by Jimmy Webb). The title song was released as a single, reaching #23 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart and #2 on the Easy Listening chart, while the album peaked at #18 on the Billboard 200 chart.
Cycles is the seventh album by Native American/ Mexican American band Redbone.
Cycles is the second album by cellist David Darling recorded in 1981 and released on the ECM label.
Usage examples of "cycles".
After what felt like cycles of useless wondering, Ra-Nu came to the conclusion that he had misunderstood his feelings toward El-Hur and gave up his tail.
Several cycles came and went as he labored down the hillside, but he had not worried.
In less than two cycles they would arrive in Sol -- a destination long sought.
My interest in cycles goes back even further than that, to an epiphany I had as a freshman in high school.
In October, the cycles of close friends and roommates started an average of 8.
Swabs taken from women at the beginning of their cycles, in the follicular phase before ovulation, tended to shorten the cycles of the women who received them.
In contrast, swabs taken from women at the time of ovulation prolonged the cycles of the beneficiaries.
On a strip chart, it looks like a prominent oscillation of roughly 10 cycles a second.
Like any other biological population, these oscillators were bound to be diverse: Some would be inherently faster than others, preferring to fire 12 times a second, while others might run slow, firing only 8 times a second, though most would be somewhere in the middle, with natural frequencies close to 10 cycles a second.
Problems in Random Theory, he offered the schematic picture of the spectrum we have seen earlier, with its perfectly symmetrical peak rising from a perfectly symmetrical double-dip, all centered at exactly 10 cycles per second.
At this higher level, scientists have recently discovered cryptic regularities in the timing of human sleep-wake cycles and other circadian rhythms, even though the microscopic basis for these laws remains enigmatic.
A few maintained that odd schedule indefinitely, resulting in sleep-wake cycles that were 40 hours long, on average.
Others regularly alternated between long cycles and more conventional ones, while still others would systematically lengthen their cycles as the experiment progressed, until they were sleeping only once every two days, without realizing it.
He graphed the sleep and body temperature cycles together in a two-dimensional format called a raster plot.
When subjects go to sleep later in their body temperature cycles, they actually sleep less, even though they have been awake longer.