from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Pertaining to a pupil or ward.
- Of or pertaining to the pupil of the eye.
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At the NYFF press screening, mouths were agape, eyes entranced during this sequence – and with good reason, as it's fun, end-of-the-world-movie stuff: the slo-mo planetary crash also evokes a pupilary explosion, making for a macro-micro meditation, as well as a kind of update to
In normal intact sensorium without redirection of associative memory, statistically significant findings will indicate a probability of effective reporting based upon a previous baseline, just as is established with regard to galvanic responses, respirations, pupilary reactions, blood pressure, and pulse, in contemporary "Lie Detection" monitoring.
The case in which the substitution was intended to take place classed it as vulgar, pupilary, or quasi-pupilary: vulgar was the ordinary substitution in which one was named to take, in case the first heir defaulted or died; pupillary, was where an heir was instituted to succeed a child under puberty
For severe concussions Watts said some of the warning signs are a persistent daily headache that occurs weeks after the event and the person could also still be having pupilary changes.