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Related to PULSE: pulse rate, blood pressure
PULSEPersons United Limiting Substandards and Errors (patient advocacy group)
PULSEPeople United to Lead the Struggle for Equality
PULSEPost-Resuscitation and Initial Utility in Life Saving Efforts
PULSEProgram for Understanding Leadership, Service and Exchange
PULSEPreparing Underrepresented Leaders in Special Education
PULSEPasteurization Using Lens and Solar Energy
PULSEPolice Using Leading Systems Efficiently (Irish Police Force)
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"Feeling my pulse won't cure me of anxiety and distress.
Toward morning the nourishment which I still carefully administered wrought its healthful change in her pulse, and composed her to quieter slumbers.
"Get a candle," he said, impatiently; "they will give you one in the kitchen." He tried to feel the pulse: his hand trembled, the noise and confusion in the kitchen bewildered him.
It was not joy only that possessed me; I felt my flesh tingle with excess of sensitiveness, and my pulse beat rapidly.
It has pleased Our Lady and my patron saint to bless the pittance to which I restrain myself, even as the pulse and water was blessed to the children Shadrach, Meshech, and Abednego, who drank the same rather than defile themselves with the wine and meats which were appointed them by the King of the Saracens.''
'I couldn't,' said Mr Sparkler, after feeling his pulse as before,
He is an old chum of mine, and feels my pulse, and looks at my tongue, and talks about the weather, all for nothing, when I fancy I'm ill; so I thought I would do him a good turn by going to him now.
We differed entirely in the conclusions which we drew from the patient's pulse. The two doctors, arguing from the rapidity of the beat, declared that a lowering treatment was the only treatment to be adopted.
Confess, Marianne, is not there something interesting to you in the flushed cheek, hollow eye, and quick pulse of a fever?"
The pulse of the old militia-man throbs with pride as he thinks of the trust you have placed in him, and vows to deserve it.
Yet even now Tess felt the pulse of hopeful like still warm within her; she might be happy in some nook which had no memories.
"I will wager that there isn't one of them has a pulse so vigorous as yours."