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The pandemic might have wiped out whole swaths of the economy, but one area that is pulsating with activity is home sales.
All day the rain had been pending; all night it had held off until the whole earth seemed to pulsate with the desire for relief.
WITH EDGED TOOLSHENRY SETON MERRIMAN
If this is the case the pus may pulsate if present in large quantity.
Great waves seem to pulsate from the body into the wings, and with each wave goes color and strength.
JEWEL WEEDALICE AMES WINTER
Her heart began to pulsate proudly and in delight, for she saw that Cayamo had secured a scalp, the scalp of a Navajo!
THE DELIGHT MAKERSADOLF BANDELIER
In his lecture notes Harvey, in dealing with the heart, speaks of the right auricle as "the last to pulsate."
For a time the air seemed to pulsate with it but as they went westward it grew continually less and less distinct.
MARCHING MENSHERWOOD ANDERSON
He there found an atmosphere of heated excitement in which his political feverishness could pulsate freely.
Life was beginning to pulsate tumultuously in her veins; her heart was awaking.
THE ROYAL PAWN OF VENICEMRS. LAWRENCE TURNBULL
This gentleman submerges thin elastic diaphragms in water, and causes them to vibrate, or rather pulsate, by compressed air.

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