PULSE . (I) (0 . Fr.
See also:Lat. pals, pultis, Gr. rains, a porridge of beans, peas, &c.), in botany, a collective
See also:term forbeans, peas, and other members of the
See also:Leguminosae (q.v.), which is characterized by having a legume or pod for the fruit . (2) (M . Eng. pous,
See also:ponce, O . Fr. pous, mod. pousse, Lat. pulsus, sc. venarum, the beating of the
See also:veins, pellere, to drive,
See also:beat), throbbing or beating; in physiology the rhythmical beating due to the changes of
See also:blood-tension in the
See also:arteries consequent on the contractions of their elastic tissues (see VASCULAR
See also:SYSTEM) .
PULQUE, or PULQUE FUERTE
FERENCZ AUREL PULSZKY (1814—1897 )
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