high TENS

high TENS

(hī tenz)
A transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulator applied at the sensory level characterized by high-frequency and short-duration pulses.
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It said that while it was difficult to estimate the value of the trade to Islamic State, revenue from mining in Nangarhar could amount "anywhere from the high tens of thousands to the low millions of dollars a year." Somewhere in the hundreds of thousands was a plausible mid-range estimate, it added.
The division's yearly revenue in 2014 was in the high tens of m of dollars.
(2001) coded the low ten, even though it was suggested in the original coding scheme of the latter study, and while low fives, high fives, and high tens appeared in both studies and also emerged from the current results, it seemed that team sport athletes in general do not show low tens during a game.
HIGH TENS Ziggy Gordon celebrates his goal with Ali Crawford in Accies' win
"I've seen some estimates in the high tens of millions, as much as $100 million for [Colorado]," U.S.
However, Twitter says that Promoted Trends are offered for a flat fee in the high tens of thousands of dollars per day.
Bureaucrats, mandarins and spinners across government rake in salaries in the high tens of thousands.
Today, Freescale's 3-chip solution goes for the high tens, and the MBOA talks about entering at a price point of about $14.
We think it would be inappropriate at this point to go through that specifically - we do have overlapping positions, but we're talking about high tens, not thousands.'
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