- n. Plural form of pulse.
“I switch to the radio and I can see the green lines of her personal tech implants going off in pulses like monochromatic neon signs.”
“And then Skynet comes up with the "great idea" of using nuclear weapons to destroy all mankind ... and their cities ... which contain all the COMPUTER SYSTEMS that will be shut down by the electromagnetic energy pulses from the bombs!!!”
“A recent survey in the Northeast concluded that 41 percent of lakes in the Adirondack region are still acidic or subject to short-term pulses in acidity associated with snowmelt or rain storms.”
“Sensations are received, he continues, by delicate pulses from the net below the brain (the rete mirabile), propelling the vital spirit (pneuma) into the front, where it is purified by passing back and forth between phantasia and imagination.”
“One of the few ways I enjoy pulses is fresh out of the ground so I hope to try that one day too.”
“Consequently, the devices operate in short pulses and the plasma must be heated afresh in every pulse.”
“Weather: It snowed in pulses during the night, but a full storm is still possible.”
“The water changes in pulses from this to marginally normal ... which lasts just long enough for me to get my hand under it but then changes back to pain as soon as any of the rest of me goes under.”
“It is a microscopic protein substance that is secreted in short pulses during the first hours of sleep and after exercise”
“The energy harvesting chain shows how some energy is extracted from previously harvested energy, and injected in short pulses back into the piezoelectric element to increase the overall amount of harvested energy.”
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by Barenaked Ladies.
With life just begun, my sleeping new son
Has eyes that roll back in his head
They flutter and dart, he slows down his heart
And pictures a world...
Looking for tweets for pulses.