pulsebeat

pulsebeat

(ˈpʌlsbiːt)
n
1. (Physiology) another name for pulse11
2. another name for pulse14
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Further associating motion with sound, Welty praises "the noise" that emanates from Austen's novels, exclaiming, "What a commotion comes out of their pages," and commending the British writer for how "The sheer velocity of the novels, scene to scene, conversation to conversation, tears to laughter, concert to picnic to dance, is something equivalent to a pulsebeat" (3).
Highlights include their biggest hit single, Ever Fallen In Love With Someone You Shouldn't've from 1978, alongside first album favourites Fast Cars and Moving Away From The Pulsebeat.
Also sharing the stage will be Pulsebeat, a band consisting of four Chicago-area teenagers, including 12-year-old Matthew Jazwinski, a cardiac patient at Lurie Children's.
or will it have no end The moon, half-eaten, glides and glides forever The sad-eyed stars wend on and never wend; My pulse ticks on with all its youthful fervor But Anguish drives the swifter second-hand And draws each pulsebeat long with endless hurt 0 my consumed, my leeched and bloodless heart!
Those folk are simply too old and too far from the pulsebeat to make the sort of connections that Gaga now doe with her audience.
Preservation of the refinancing rate without change allowedruble debt market to keep the positive pulsebeat.Corporate loans prices upped by 6 b.p.
But when confronted by a dozen or so youngsters disporting themselves athletically to the pulsebeat of a house track, ramped up to ear-bleeding levels by an industrial-sized iPod docking station, it's hard to resist the urge to grab the nearest baseball cap, turn it on your head 90 degrees and 'pop' whatever parts of your body are least arthritic.
This shadowy pulsebeat lies at the heart of our mythologies and of our politics.
The hourglass drum of Shiva sounds the pulsebeat which draws the veil of temporality across the lace of the eternal void: this conventional symbol is sanctioned by the inverted cones of the World Tree in Rig Veda 3: 7.
At Birkenau, whose reason for being had been the murder of Jews, it was particularly difficult to attend to the claims of the dead through the pulsebeat of what remained so insistently alive.
One nationally respected outdoor writer I know, a knowledgeable and concerned professional who makes it his business to keep a finger on the pulsebeat of hunting across North America, predicts that within the next 10 years we'll see the first successful state ballot initiative to outlaw hunting.
Those folk are simply too old and too far away from the pulsebeat to make the sort of connections that Gaga now does with her audience.

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