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pulsation

[pəl′sā·shən]
(physiology)
A beating or throbbing, usually rhythmic, as of the heart or an artery.

pulsation

In a furnace, the panting of the flames; an indication of rapid, cyclical changes of pressure in the furnace.
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Pulsate said it intends to use the funds to accelerate the development of its product and to increase business in the US.
Then in May, Winger and his colleagues found that one of these new carbon-veneered white dwarfs pulsates too.
A white dwarf star pulsates or quakes as waves of energy travel through it.
That sudden explosion causes surrounding air molecules to pulsate outward like ocean waves until they reach your ears, which then translate the waves into an electrical message interpreted by your brain.
It really makes one's heart pulsate with pride," Gooding writes during combat training in 1863," .
With the application of ultrasound, the bubbles pulsate and break apart to physically destroy blood clots.
In their competition entry, they boldly proposed an 'intelligent skin' that would pulsate with changing colour, light and images, hinting at activities within.