Definition of Pulsers

1. pulser [n] - See also: pulser



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pulsers

pulse modulator
pulse modulators
pulse oximeter
pulse oximeters
pulse oximetry
pulse rate
pulse timing circuit
pulsed
pulsejet
pulsejets
pulseless
pulseless disease
pulselessness
pulselike
pulser
pulsers (current term)
pulses
pulsetrain
pulsetrains
pulsidge
pulsidges
pulsific
pulsimeter
pulsimeters
pulsing
pulsingly
pulsion
pulsions
pulsive
pulsivity

Literary usage of Pulsers

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1. History of Detroit and Wayne County and Early Michigan by Silas Farmer (1890)
"Father pulsers, who came in 1852, and remained some three years. Rev. PO Kelly came on April 27, 1866, served two years and then passed away ..."

2. Directory of Federal Laboratory and Technology Resources: A Guide to (1993)
"The system uses two pulsers that provide a maximum combined voltage of 10 MV. The test volume is 75.7-m dia x 20-m high. ..."

3. Terroristic Threats to the U.S: Hearing Before the Committee on Armed edited by Jim Saxton (2000)
"It is an electromagnetic pulse produced using batteries and capacitors and pulsers that radiates in a local area. Let me talk a little bit about the range. ..."

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