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pul·sate

(pŭl'sāt),
To throb or beat rhythmically; said of the heart or an artery.
[L. pulso, pp. -atus, to beat]

pulsate

(pŭl′sāt′)
v.
To expand and contract rhythmically; beat.

pul·sa′tion (-sā′shən) n.

pul·sate

(pŭl'sāt)
To throb or beat rhythmically; said of the heart or an artery.
[L. pulso, pp. -atus, to beat]
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Pulsate is an end-to-end context marketing platform for mobile that drives new revenue for brands by changing the way they interact with customers with apps or within brick and mortar locations.
Three of those stars pulsate. Astronomers would like to find a signature variation in the light pulses that might characterize the debris disks.
If neither my heart is "seized by" the rhetorical characteristics of the Qur'an nor my body "pulsates" with movement when engaging in the rituals of worship, does "Islam" then not act upon me?
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(That both views were often proposed in succession by the same critics may be a reminder of how intertwined a feeling for the primal quality of peasant life once was with the French sense of urbanity.) Posthumously, Soutine was taken as a precursor of Abstract Expressionism, an artist whose concern to make the entirety of each canvas pulsate with painterly intensity had pushed representational imagery to the brink of disappearance.
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Unlike the two other very bright gamma-ray emitters in the sky -- the Crab and Vela pulsars -- Geminga hadn't appeared to pulsate or emit low-energy radiation.
It has the peculiarity of being a star that pulsates radially, like a balloon that inflates and deflates continuously, and non-radially, like the tides in Earth's oceans caused by the presence of the moon, which deforms the bodies of water between the poles and the equator.
It's a glacial epic that starts from a whisper to a scream before the sparks fly - smouldering guitars squall, bass lines throband the track pulsates like a heartbeat racing.