Excitator


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Ex´ci`ta`tor


n.1.(Elec.) A kind of discarder.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The hemodynamic data in all groups before induction ([T.sub.1]), after the eyelash reflex loss ([T.sub.2]), and after the rocuronium injection ([T.sub.3]) and EtC[O.sub.2] values, FIsev-ETsev concentrations, and findings due to inhalation induction such as cough, breath holding, excitator motion, laryngospasm, and desaturation were recorded.
Jirsa, "Perturbation-induced false starts as a test of the Jirsa-Kelso excitator model," Journal of Motor Behavior, vol.
Empero, el escritor bilbaino, como ocurre con todos los grandes escritores, se halla enterrado en la bibliografia.2 Esta ingente actividad critica sobre el "excitator Hispaniae" (3) es incoada ya en vida del autor y se prolonga hasta nuestros dias y, obviamente, no esta exenta de una gran problematica.
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