Intershock

In`ter`shock


v. t.1.To shock mutually.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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This scientific direction later continued also experimentally and included measurements aboard Prognoz-type satellites too (Intershock, Interball).
Electrical stimulation (shock) was provided by a Mallory power supply, model 12RS6D and was set at 6.5 V DC with a duration of 60 ms and an intershock interval of 500 ms.
We get not ideas but empty fancy diction - "languaged objects' (69), "unstillable patternings" (79), "epiphanous moments" (80), "wordness" (81), "stanzas that intershock" (164) - and frequent long sentences whose sense declines into a thick verbal grease.