low TENS

low TENS

(lō tenz)
A transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulator applied at the motor level characterized by low-frequency and long duration of pulses.
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The Interior Ministry said the turnout at the Moscow protest was about 4,500 -- significantly fewer than the numbers estimated by Reuters reporters, who put the turnout in the low tens of thousands.
As a result, HaLow speeds will be in the low tens of megabits per second rather than in the hundreds of megabits.
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.
On Tuesday the bank is expected to take a charge in the low tens of millions of pounds for PPI mis-selling.
And analysts expect the digital signage space in North America and Western Europe--which currently ship in the low tens of millions of units per year--to double annually in each of the next three years.
Sources have pegged it 'in the low tens of millions of pounds'.
I think it will be in the low tens of units per year placed in the world in the second year, which will be a few years from now.
The front Labour bench were equivocal recently when the Government announced the tightening up of the rules to try and bring the annual figure of net migration from the hundreds of thousands down to the low tens of thousands.
The protesters, who numbered in the low tens of thousands on Wednesday, say the action shows their determination to topple the military-backed government and to make sacrifices for democracy.
The LGA has so far identified more than 20 councils with deposits in the Icelandic-owned banks, ranging from millions to low tens of millions each.
The Association of British Insurers said the cost of damage is "likely to run into the low tens of millions of pounds".

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