STIR

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STIR

(stĕr),
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short TI inversion recovery

An MRI term for a specialised application of the inversion recovery pulse sequence which sets the inversion time (TI) of the sequence at 0.69 times the T1 of fat, thereby suppressing the fat in the image.
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However, that had novelty as well as spectacular success with full-strength teams fielded without exception - whereas this season we have had the concerns of a relegation struggle, half-strength teams, and opposition which has hardly stirred the blood.
The Olympics Opening Ceremony was truly a joy to behold that stirred the blood and probably helped our athletes to gain so many medals.
A slightly dogged delivery of familiar movements from his Romeo and Juliet eventually stirred the blood with particularly telling solos from clarinet and contra bassoon and dramatic chunky brass contributions.
THE sight of Lawrence Dallaglio with fists clenched and face contorted after scoring against Wales stirred the blood of every Englishman.
After weeks of performances that stirred the blood of all true Brits, our sporting heroes came crashing down at home and abroad.