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  • verb Alternative spelling of admixed.

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  • We then find that inhibition can be admixt in our simple-seeming flexion-reflex itself, and indeed usually is so.

    Sir Charles Sherrington - Nobel Lecture

  • It is in virtue of their containing inhibition and excitation admixt that, in accord with central conditions prevailing for the time being, a limb-reflex provoked by a given stimulus in the decerebrate preparation can on one occasion be opposite in direction to what it is on another, e.g. extension instead of Aexion ( "reversal") Excitation and inhibition are both present from the very stimulus out-set and are pitted against one another.

    Sir Charles Sherrington - Nobel Lecture

  • But although this rhythmically intermittent tetanus affecting alternately the flexors and extensors of the limb and giving the reflex step cannot be copied reflexly by employing excitation alone, it can be easily and faithfully reproduced and with perfect alternation of phase and with its characteristic asymmetrical bilaterality, by employing a stimulation in which reflex excitation and reflex inhibition are admixt in approximately balanced intensity.

    Sir Charles Sherrington - Nobel Lecture

  • He will endeavor to keep himself free from lip-service and from ancestor-worship, holding himself derelict to his duty if he should fail to admit frankly that in every masterpiece of the past, however transcendent its merits, there must needs be much that is temporary admixt with more that is permanent, -- many things which pleased its author's countrymen in his own time and which do not appeal to us, even tho we can perceive also what is eternal and universal, even tho we read into every masterpiece much that the author's contemporaries had not our eyes to perceive.

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