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  • been termed motor and sensor nerves, are in their essential properties identical or different; in other words, whether a sensor nerve can transmit excitations
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  • electronic sensor must translate the mechanical operation into digital data. Inventors had obtained a number of patents for such sensors. The so-called
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  • Darwin Of Stimulus, Sensorial Exertion, and Fibrous Contraction. 780332Zoonomia, or, the Laws of Organic Life — Of Stimulus, Sensorial Exertion, and Fibrous
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  • Photometers for Respirable Dust Measurements Chapter H: Portable Electrochemical Sensor Methods Chapter I: Portable Gas Chromatography Chapter J: Sampling and Characterization
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  • Associations affected by external influences. D. Associations affected by other sensorial motions. E. Associations catenated with sensation. F. Direct and reverse
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  • PORTABLE MONITOR DIRECT-READING MEASUREMENT OXYGEN TECHNIQUE: ELECTROCHEMICAL SENSOR ANALYTE: oxygen FLOW RATE: samples by diffusion; no pump needed RESPONSE
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  • He became a fellow of the College of Physicians on 23 March 1552, was sensor from 1555 to 1558, and elect in 1558. He died on 22 Dec. 1559, and was buried
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  • additional sensorial power of sensation being introduced, it seems difficult to account for the production of so great a quantity of sensorial power, as
    174 KB (29,244 words) - 23:55, 17 April 2012
  • Digestion strengthened after an emetic. Vomiting from deficiency of sensorial power. 4. Dyspnœa from cold bathing. Slow pulse from digitalis. Death
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  • Not in sleep or in apoplexy. 3. From inanition. Owing to deficiency of sensorial power. III. 1. Causes of fever. From defect of heat. Heat from secretions
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  • been exhausted by exercise; it arises from the great expenditure of the sensorial power on the organs of digestion, which are stimulated into violent action
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  • of the Engelgau patent describes a mechanism for combining an electronic sensor with an adjustable automobile pedal so the pedal's position can be transmitted
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  • cease for a time to be excitable by the will; owing to exhaustion of the sensorial power, which resides in them. After a short interval of relaxation the
    39 KB (6,519 words) - 23:57, 17 April 2012
  • goals, all satellites must be equipped with an appropriate ensemble of sensors and reside in orbits providing sufficiently frequent observation opportunities
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  • subsystems control the processing of information from the vessel’s navigation sensors and the flow of information between various system components. Electronic
    82 KB (12,640 words) - 20:04, 29 October 2015
  • as when snow is applied to the skin of the hands, an accumulation of sensorial power is produced; and then a degree of stimulus, as of heat, somewhat
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  • when fibrous contractions succeed sensorial motions, the connexion is termed causation; when fibrous and sensorial motions reciprocally introduce each
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  • Associate Motions. XI. Additional Observations on the Sensorial Powers. XII. Of Stimulus, Sensorial Exertion, and Fibrous Contraction. XIII. Of Vegetable
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  • normal work, including a precision grading blade with surface contour sensors, a simple tow bar, and a somewhat more versatile towing platform.
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  • sensation, might at first view be conceived to be an useless expenditure of sensorial power. But it has been shewn, that those motions, which are perpetually
    46 KB (7,748 words) - 00:05, 18 April 2012

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