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After training, his lab witnessed new synaptic growth between the sensory neuron that felt touch and the motor neuron that triggered the siphon withdrawal reflex.
The homemade siphon shown in the sketch consists of two rubber corks and a glass tube with a rubber hose connected to it.
He was back again in a trice, a flask in one hand, a soda siphon in the other, and a small glass balanced on his thumb.
RED PEPPER BURNSGRACE S. RICHMOND
So saying he dispensed whisky and cigarettes, there being a siphon and glasses, and three matches in a match-stand, on the table.
THE REGENTE. ARNOLD BENNETT
Now, are we going to discuss this thing rationally, or do you want to hit me with a heavy siphon?
Sir William Thomson's siphon recorder, in all its present completeness, must take rank as a masterpiece of invention.
In the siphon recorder script dots and dashes are represented by curves of opposite flexure.
The speed of signalling by the siphon recorder is of course regulated by the length of cable through which it is worked.
It is essential for the fine marking of the siphon that the ink should neither be too strongly nor too feebly electrified.
In fact, the damp depositing on the parts leads the electricity away, and the ink tends to clog in the siphon.

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