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stimulator

[′stim·yə‚lād·ər]
(medicine)
A neurosurgical device that supplies a controlled alternating-current voltage to two electrodes that are applied to a patient.
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The Russian central bank has said that it does not want to stimulate the economy through banking regulation.
There are also calls for incentives to stimulate employment and investment; changes to employer NI contributions for young people and harmonising the apprenticeship funding pots.
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Summary: The new five year plan 2010-2014, adopted Monday by the Cabinet and budgeted at $286 billion, will further stimulate growth and provide a practical response to the expectations of Algeria socio-economic development, according to experts contacted by APS.
Summary: Market analysts in Mumbai believed that growth remained the primary concern for Indian economy as the government was trying to stimulate demand.
These cells produce cytokines which stimulate antibody production, induce local inflammation and enhance the phagocytic and microbicidal activities of macrophage (5).
Some drugs of abuse also stimulate the release of CRF.
Poisons can have a variety of effects at both high and low doses--whether they trigger release of a hormone, switch a gene on or off, or stimulate cell growth.
One of the organization's goals is to stimulate the creation of new healthcare environments by developing these niche products and encouraging vision in the healthcare marketplace as providers consider new ideas, approaches, and products for the next 5 to 15 years.
Army, the NATO military, and the CIA; now, he offers the updated second edition of Thinkertoys: A Handbook of Creative-Thinking Techniques, a jam-packed wealth of brain-twisting visual and verbal puzzles and exercises designed to stimulate new ways of solving problems and looking at situations.