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BLUES
CONTROL
WATER
SOUND
BLOOD
ENERGY
EXPLOSION
MINKE WHALES
CONTRACTING
FIRST
PULSING
Review of Short Phrases and Links

    This Review contains major "Pulsing"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.

Definitions

  1. The pulsing is caused by the synchronous early divisions of all the cells. (Web site)
  2. If it is pulsing, the power supply may be cycling on overvoltage - the HOT may be good in this case but there is no base drive. (Web site)

Blues

  1. Their ears are tuned to a new sound - pulsing, stomping, suffused with the blues. (Web site)

Control

  1. One could selectively control the drag of turbulence by pulsing the energy angle. (Web site)

Water

  1. By pulsing a high magnitude electrical discharge through a sample of water that sample can be atomised producing a very powerful explosion.

Sound

  1. You may hear a pulsing "whoosh" sound, which is the machine recording the blood flowing through your heart. (Web site)

Blood

  1. Most commonly it is a regular pulsing noise, sometimes corresponding to the pulsing of blood near the ear tissue.

Energy

  1. From there, he was drawn to a place in the central part of the island which was pulsing with light and energy: Campuhan, Ubud. (Web site)
  2. The energy is pent up by the repression of the pulsing action of the EEPs locked in the core of the big crunch. (Web site)

Explosion

  1. The light of the explosion then turned orange as the atomic fireball began shooting upwards at 360 feet per second, reddening and pulsing as it cooled. (Web site)

Minke Whales

  1. It is proposed that minke whales may produce the pulsing calls, based on their similarities with minke whale calls recorded in the North Atlantic Ocean. (Web site)

Contracting

  1. A Cepheid is usually a population I giant yellow star, pulsing regularly by expanding and contracting, resulting in a regular oscillation of its luminosity. (Web site)

First

  1. As the pressure falls, the level on the dial or mercury tube at which the sound of blood pulsing is first heard is recorded. (Web site)

Pulsing

  1. As you watch the pressure slowly fall, note the level on the dial at which you first start to hear a pulsing or tapping sound through the stethoscope.
  2. As the pressure falls, the level on the dial or mercury tube at which the pulsing is first heard is recorded.

Categories

  1. Sports > Motorsport > Auto Racing > First Start
  2. Dial
  3. Contracting
  4. Minke Whales
  5. Explosion
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