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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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Montgomery explains that of the white dwarfs that pulsate, a subset of them pulsate so regularly that astronomers can use the dead stars as precision timepieces.
With the application of ultrasound, the bubbles pulsate and break apart to physically destroy blood clots.
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How stars pulsate depends on their structure and composition," says Provencal.
The surprising twists and page-turning cliffhangers literally pulsate with dramatic tension, and the novel's pace, in near-breathless passages, runs full-throttle as the reader approaches the story's climax and vows to untangle each perilous detail.
Clack and her team suggest that each stapes was embedded in a membrane that sealed the air-filled chamber As a result, the air bubble housed in each cavity would pulsate in response to sound waves, causing the membrane to oscillate and enabling the animal to hear.
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," .