appulse


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appulse

(əˈpʌls)
n
(Astronomy) a very close approach of two celestial bodies so that they are in conjunction but no eclipse or occultation occurs
[C17: from Latin appulsus brought near, from appellere to drive towards, from pellere to drive]
apˈpulsive adj
apˈpulsively adv
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Yet, in our experience, the rays or appulses have sufficient force to arrive at the senses, but not enough to reach the quick and compel the reproduction of themselves in speech.
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appulse The apparent very near approach of one celestial body to another as seen from a third body.
Here, conjunctions are considered to occur when the planets actually appear closest together in the sky (at appulse), not merely when they share the same ecliptic longitude or right ascension.
Appulse Corporation (TSX VENTURE:APL), a company that specialises in the sales, servicing and refurbishing of centrifuge equipment, serving both domestic and international markets, and offers full service industrial machining, has reported its financial results for the nine-month period ending 2014.
Observers in the UK and Europe should see an occultation or a very close appulse depending on their location.
The Swedish electronic retail display and information systems supplier Pricer AB said on Thursday (6 July) that it has agreed to sell its 51% holding in Indian software company Appulse Retail Software Solutions Private Ltd to the current minority shareholders.
"But what might be the Consequences of so near an Appulse; or of a Contact; or, lastly, of a Shock of the Coelestial bodies, (which is by no means impossible to come to pass) I leave to be discuss'd by the Studious of Physical Matters." So wrote Edmund Halley in his Synopsis of the Astronomy of Comets in 1705, when he realized that the orbit which he calculated for the famous comet that now bears his name actually crosses the orbit of the earth.
I have heard that if these sublime geniusses are wakened from their reveries by the appulse of external circumstances, they start and exhibit all the perturbation and amazement of cataleptic patients.
Their appulse with the crescent Moon on the 20th is not to be missed!
Appulse Corporation (TSX VENTURE:APL), a company that specialises in the sales, servicing and refurbishing of centrifuge equipment and the manufacture and sale of centrifuge parts, serving both domestic and international markets, has announced its financial results for the third quarter of 2011.
This is an appulse but not a conjunction--Mercury approaches Venus and then pulls away again, but never passes north or south of it.