noun: a series of events that happen again and again in the same order or at the same times
noun: a set of things that a machine does as part of a process
noun: a set of poems, songs, or pieces of music on a particular subject
noun: a single complete execution of a periodically repeated phenomenon ("A year constitutes a cycle of the seasons")
noun: a periodically repeated sequence of events ("A cycle of reprisal and retaliation")
noun: a series of poems or songs on the same theme ("Schubert's song cycles")
noun: an interval during which a recurring sequence of events occurs ("The neverending cycle of the seasons")
noun: a wheeled vehicle that has two wheels and is moved by foot pedals
noun: the unit of frequency; one Hertz has a periodic interval of one second
verb: pass through a cycle ("This machine automatically cycles")
verb: cause to go through a recurring sequence ("Cycle the laundry in this washing program")
verb: recur in repeating sequences

"To aid in making such new thinking clear we will endeavor to express our thoughts by using the language of diagrams and familiar examples, which we will confine within one cycle of the electric current in principle. In thus confining our description of this new thinking within the demonstrable effects within one cycle of the electric current we sincerely hope that future thinking and reasoning will have a better basis upon which to form conclusions, which are not affected by the illusions of motion, that have for so long, and so disastrously, affected human reasoning." [Atomic Suicide, page 286-287]

See Also

Birth Cycle
Carnot Cycle
Cycle of Temperature
Law of Cycles
Motion Cycle
Part 27 - The Cycles of Life
Ray Tomes
Ray Tomes, all about cycles
Rhythmic Balanced Interchange
5.8.5 - The complete Contraction Expansion Cycle is as follows
8.23 - Law of Cycles

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