pulsatory


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pul·sa·to·ry

 (pŭl′sə-tôr′ē)
adj.
Having rhythmical vibration or movement.

pulsatory

(ˈpʌlsətərɪ; -trɪ)
adj
1. of or relating to pulsation
2. throbbing or pulsating
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He was a third-generation specialist in the nature of speech, and he knew that for the transmission of spoken words there must be "a pulsatory action of the electric current which is the exact equivalent of the aerial impulses.
Contract notice: Development of design and cost estimate documentation for the modernization of flocculant production and dispensing system in the pulsatory centrum building on the premises of the north plant at ul.
1909) Report on the observation of pulsatory oscillations in Japan 1st paper.
assumed that the pulsatory activity like heart beat is found in the
2014) had reported the thickness of tunica media of an artery is directly proportional to its pulsatory power.
In the North Cantabrian Basin, Wilmsem (1997) divided the 150-250 m thick Cenomanian succession into six depositional sequences, mainly influenced by the pulsatory nature of the Cenomanian transgression but bounded by two tectoevents at around the Albian-Cenomanian boundary and at the middle Late Cenomanian (Wiese and Wilmsen, 1999).
A negative reading of Heidegger's critique would discern technology as fundamentally affecting autonomous expression of color and line, the vibratory and pulsatory nature of lines.
After incising the flank peritoneum, we found a significant pulsatory feeling of the mass.