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pulsion

(ˈpʌlʃən)
n
1. the act of driving forward
2. (Psychoanalysis) psychoanal an unconscious drive which determines personality development
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Contract award: delivery of accessories used to measure cardiac output compatible with hearing pulsion medical systems.
Patricio had been working for four years as the CEO of Pulsion Medical Systems SE, a German medtech company and I had the luck to oversee his work in the chairman role.
Its La Monegasque, Excalibur, Pulsion Velvet, and Hommage collections are inspired by four different worlds - the Incredible Player, the Incredible Warrior, the Incredible Venturer, and the Incredible Diva - gravitating around the fifth element represented by the "Incredible Mechanics".
This is a unique example of a pulsion diverticulum following a laryngectomy.
Junto a esta pulsion metaliteraria existia ya en Munoz Molina un deseo por registrar las historias3 de las personas de su entorno mas cercano.
The Pulsion Flying tourbillon features a sapphire crystal that's directly screwed onto the the case, as though allowing you to feel it.
Bye bye Chanel Pirate red, and hello pop pink Pulsion.
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Ouvrir la pensee de Sartre a celle de Freud trouve sa convergence dans le domaine de l'angoisse que l'on pourrait resumer par la pulsion de vie et la pulsion de mort.
The Company is also a global provider of diesel engines for marine pro- pulsion, offshore and land-based oil well drilling rigs, and stationary power generation.
The 9-5 favourite Rule, who finished third, just over a length further back, was overwhelmed in the stretch after getting the better of a sustained battle up front with Pulsion in the $750,000 event.