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We may also, in this connexion, think of the seminal emissions sometimes observed in cases of suicidal hanging.
We can, indeed, recognise this also in the dream life, at least as soon as the first nocturnal emissions have occurred.
I had then less trouble after that in admitting two emissions of waves in one and the same body.
TREATISE ON LIGHTCHRISTIAAN HUYGENS
While the paper emissions of congress continued to circulate, they were employed as a sinew of war, like gold and silver.
And the like is observable in Bodies electrical, whose emissions are less subtile.
We thus learn that the laying is effected by periodical emissions, broken with intervals of rest.
THE LIFE OF THE FLYJ. HENRI FABRE
The paper upon which the stamps of this series were printed does not provide so much variation as that of the earlier emissions.
Electronic emissions are of themselves a liability only where they create a signature of use to an enemy.
SHOCK AND AWEHARLAN K. ULLMAN
New emissions followed and new measures were adopted to give the paper credit by pledging the public faith for its redemption.
These sudden emissions, like little worm-casts, are also practised by the Scarabæus, but the latter rarely makes use of them.

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perdureverb (used without object) | [per-door, -dyoor ]SEE DEFINITION
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