transient response

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transient response

[′tranch·ənt ri′späns]
(physics)
The behavior of a system following a sudden change in its input.
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As a company that champions social and economic goals of the Kingdom, Bahri is committed to supporting various initiatives of the government, and the new cost-of-living allowance is a natural response to the royal directive, which is aimed at softening the impact of economic reforms in the country," said Abdullah Aldubaikhi, CEO of Bahri.
The campaign was a natural response to Saudi's politicisation of Hajj and Umrah.
Supt Chris Hill said: "People's natural response when they see extra security can be one of fear or concern, worrying that it's more dangerous.
In a press release, Tahboub added Al-Ghanim response to the Israeli delegation at IPU, especially with regard to Palestinian prisoners in Israeli jails, came as a natural response to the Israeli occupation, describing the delegation as a legal tool for the occupation.
Their five-year study has revealed possible treatments based on antimicrobial peptides that increase the body's natural response to infection.
Organisers of the event, placed under the motto "Criminalisation of Normalisation, a National Duty," said enshrining this principle in Tunisia's charter or in law is a natural response to the Zionist crimes against the Arab nation.
Our natural response to these stories is to try to identify what is "wrong" with the patient.
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Aliso Viejo, CA, has introduced OmegaGenics SPM Active, a first-in-class nutritional supplement with specialized pro-resolving mediators (SPMs) designed to help support the resolution of the immune response--a natural response to tissue challenges from cellular damage, unhealthy diets and lifestyles.
WE all feel angry at times, it is a natural response when we feel threatened or that life just isn't fair.
The stability in the prices of building materials in 2014 was a natural response to the fall in the prices of energy globally, he added.
It's a natural response to threat, injustice and personal attacks.

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