In literature:
All social impulses tend in this same direction, and there is induced in all intense social states an intoxication mood.
"The Psychology of Nations" by G.E. Partridge
Is there not a call for a more active religion, a more powerful impulse in behalf of morality?
"Aims and Aids for Girls and Young Women" by George Sumner Weaver
It's a natural impulse.
"The Gold Trail" by Harold Bindloss
They feel the stimulus that comes from obedience to a common impulse.
"Society" by Henry Kalloch Rowe
The buried impulses had broken out, like a half-smothered flame, in her children, especially in her younger daughter.
"The Daughters of Danaus" by Mona Caird
The discharge of the requisite motor impulses, along the nerve-tracts, to the muscles whose contraction constitutes the movement.
"The Psychology of Singing" by David C. Taylor
It was supposed that nervous impulse, which, must necessarily form the basis of sensation, was beyond any conceivable power of visual scrutiny.
"Sir Jagadis Chunder Bose" by Sir Jagadis Chunder Bose
There was no resisting the impulse: in a moment she was whirling away.
"Olive A Novel" by Dinah Maria Craik, (AKA Dinah Maria Mulock)
Had she not always regretted these singular impulses?
"The Lure of the Mask" by Harold MacGrath
Champions of order and champions of disorder share somewhat in a similarity of imaginative impulses.
"Erik Dorn" by Ben Hecht
Nor was he disturbed by the least suspicion of having been filled with the sensations and the impulses that she had contrived.
"The Highgrader" by William MacLeod Raine
An impulse must be given to a boy's training.
"Electricity for Boys" by J. S. Zerbe
A well-stocked intelligence weakens the impulse to action; an overstocked one leads gently to idiocy.
"Chance" by Joseph Conrad
Garstaing's were questioning, searching, and full of an impulse that might have meant anything.
"The Heart of Unaga" by Ridgwell Cullum
She was always running, as though to keep up with the rapidity of her swift impulses.
"The Squirrel-Cage" by Dorothy Canfield
He wrenched his hands from her grasp and threw his arms impulsively about her neck.
"The History of Sir Richard Calmady" by Lucas Malet
An impulse of sympathy came upon me; I ran after her, caught her by the arm, and kissed her.
"The King's Mirror" by Anthony Hope
She fought down the impulse though and moved over to the window.
"To Love" by Margaret Peterson
She was very much a child of impulse.
"The Fighting Edge" by William MacLeod Raine
He came towards me impulsively and shook my hand.
"The Blue Germ" by Martin Swayne
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In poetry:
The sufferings sweet, the impulses
Our inmost hearts that warm;
Whatever gives this life of ours
Its value and its charm.
"The Resurrection" by Count Giacomo Leopardi
Well! we have still his early music yet,
The worst
Which follow'd after we can now forget
In the impulses given by the first.
"The Veiled Memnon" by Alexander Anderson
One only memory left of all
The motley crowd of vanished scenes,
Hers, and vain impulse to recall
By repetition what it means.
"Phoebe" by James Russell Lowell
"It binds the chords with arm of might,
And strikes with impulse strong;
I know not whence the visitant,
But mortals call it song.
"The Vesper Chime" by Mary Gardiner Horsford
"Oh, what a model he would make!"
I rushed outside - impulsive me! -
"Forgive the liberty I take,
But you're so very" - "Stop!" said he.
"An Unfortunate Likeness" by William Schwenck Gilbert
Where are they who gave the impulse
To thy earliest thought and flow?
Look around the ruined garden—
All are withered, dropped, or low!
"The Buried Flower" by William Edmondstoune Aytoun
In news:
In fact, it's an impulse as ancient as most faiths .
Impulse buying isn't (entirely) your fault .
Solar Impulse pilots prepare for an extraordinary feat .
A wild impulse, Barreth admits.
Increase Mother's Day impulse sales with these unique indoor/outdoor garden kit gifts.
The first impulse for many when they see a hive is to get out a pesticide and try to kill them, he said.
Players don't decide to hold out impulsively, nor do they choose the tactic out of sheer stubbornness.
I, too, am guilty of the impulse to push the leaders of flagging teams out the door.
The impulse to make best and worst lists is sown in the nature of man.
It's a totally natural impulse -- wanting to stand out at a holiday party.
Around ages 4 to 5, for instance, "there are enough neurological changes that allow children to control those impulses more," Smith said.
Alberta Ferretti for Macy's Impulse .
Holidays Spur Impulse Snack Sales.
Solar Impulse pilots prepare for an extraordinary feat.
Ray's Take We all know that impulse spending can put you in massive debt and destroy your chances of reaching other financial goals.
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In science:
Now, let us pass X(t) through a medium which is an LTI system with impulse response h(t).
On Superluminal Propagation and Information Velocity
The impulse response of the medium h(t) is the inverse Fourier Transform of H(f) .
On Superluminal Propagation and Information Velocity
Generalized symmetries of impulsive gravitational waves.
Nonlinear distributional geometry and general relativity
Geodesics for impulsive gravitational waves and the multiplication of distributions.
Nonlinear distributional geometry and general relativity
The geometry of impulsive gravitational waves.
Nonlinear distributional geometry and general relativity
Continuous coordinates for all impulsive ppwaves.
Nonlinear distributional geometry and general relativity
On the geometry of impulsive gravitational waves.
Nonlinear distributional geometry and general relativity
An in-depth analysis of the interrelations between the setting introduced here and the one of Geroch and Traschen () as well as a study of spherical impulsive gravitational waves in this framework is the sub ject of ongoing research.
Generalized pseudo-Riemannian geometry
We close this work by discussing the geodesic equation of impulsive pp-waves in the present setting.
Generalized pseudo-Riemannian geometry
It also conserves the angular momentum L = R ωr2d2r in a circular domain and the impulse P = R ωyd2r in a channel (or in an inﬁnite domain).
Generalized thermodynamics and Fokker-Planck equations. Applications to stellar dynamics, two-dimensional turbulence and Jupiter's great red spot
Oe, (b) an impulse of the “writing” field of 2.4 Oe.
Crossed-anisotropy films for magnetic tunnel junctions and magnetic memory applications
It can be shown , that a null shell and an impulsive gravitational generally coexist with the hypersurface N representing their space–time history.
Singular Hypersurfaces in Einstein--Gauss--Bonnet Theory of Gravitation
Because N is a null cone, and therefore the light–like signal is spherical–fronted, N cannot be the history of an impulsive gravitational wave.
Singular Hypersurfaces in Einstein--Gauss--Bonnet Theory of Gravitation
In the time domain it is referred to as the impulse response or the Green’s function.
Coarse graining and control theory model reduction
Notice the “almost impulsive” periodic behavior of Σ0 (t) which is mostly almost vanishing.
From the superfluid to the Mott regime and back: triggering a non-trivial dynamics in an array of coupled condensates
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