|(Astronomy) celestial body which radiates electromagnetic pulses at regular intervals (believed to be a rapidly spinning neutron star), pulsating star||pulsar|
|(Physics) electromagnetic device that separates isotopes by their masses||calutron|
|Å, angstrom unit, unit of measurement equal to a hundred-millionth of a centimeter (used to measure the wavelengths of light), unit used to measure electromagnetic radiation||angstrom|
|adaptive radiation, effect of radiating, energy emitted in rays or waves, energy radiated in the form of waves or particles; process of emitting energy in electromagnetic waves or moving particles; act of emitting, act of beaming or glowing, particles ...||radiation|
|armor, protective covering; framework around which an artist forms a sculpture; part of an electric generator, framework for a sculpture, keeper, keeper for magnet, moving part in electromagnetic device, protective part||armature|
|artificial source of light, carrying small weights, come to rest, consuming little of something, dawn, daylight, delicately flavored, dizzy, easily awakened, easily digested, easily worked, easy to do, electromagnetic radiation, electromagnetic radiati...||light|
|be energetic, beat rhythmically, throb; expand and contract rhythmically; vibrate, quiver; flow; cause to pulse; produce or control in the form of short pulses; cause an apparatus to produce pulses (as "to pulse the food processor"); (Medicine) adminis...||pulse|
|beat of the heart, pulse, continuous pulsation of heart, contraction of heart muscle, driving force||heartbeat|
|beat rapidly and forcefully, beat regularly, pulse, vibration, strike, regular beat, single beat||throb|
|beat, regular pulse or accent (in music, etc.); meter, recurrent beat in poetry or prose; cyclical pattern of events or elements, characteristic pattern, particular music pattern, particular poetry pattern, pattern from repeated elements, pattern in ar...||rhythm|
|blood-pressure recorder, instrument which graphically records the activity of the arterial pulse||sphygmograph|
|broadcast by radio, transmit by radio, broadcasting of programs by radio, communicate by radio, communication using radio waves, device receiving sound broadcasts, method of transmitting sound via electromagnetic waves; device used to receive and play ...||radio|
|capable of fluorescing, dazzling in color, giving off electromagnetic radiation (especially in the form of light); bright, glowing (of colors)||fluorescent|
|code word for the letter "X", electromagnetic radiation, examine patient using X-rays, photograph something using X-rays, photographic image using X-rays||X-ray; X ray|
|condition of having a weak or defective pulse||acrotism|
|describing electromagnetic waves, forming units without introducing constants, logically or aesthetically consistent, speaking logically, sticking together, sticking together; consistent||coherent|
|detect underwater objects, knock, make noise, make a sound, ring, ring; noise; metallic sound; action which is intended to reveal the arrival time of a message from one computer to another (Computers), sonar pulse||ping|
|device that creates an image of an object by using electro-optical sensors that convert electromagnetic radiation into electronic signals||FLIR (Forward-Looking Infrared)|
|diagram of the pulse as recorded by a sphygmograph||sphygmogram|
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