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** and Electrostatic
** Electrostatic Discharge ( ESD ), as a result of two charged objects coming into close proximity or even contact.
** Electrostatic motor, a type of electric motor based on the attraction and repulsion of electric charge

** and discharge
** Remote plasma-enhanced CVD ( RPECVD ) – Similar to PECVD except that the wafer substrate is not directly in the plasma discharge region.
** Corona discharge, a type of electrical current
** Direct-current discharge, a plasma
** Gas-discharge lamp, a light bulb that includes a discharge gas
** Partial discharge, a temporary breakdown of electrical insulation
** Menstruation or other vaginal discharge
** Nipple discharge, the release of fluid from the nipples of the breasts
** Mucopurulent discharge, the emission or secretion of fluid containing mucus and pus
** Georges Claude patents the neon discharge tube for use in advertising.
** Another competent person is available and able to meet the patient's needs following discharge.
** Low pressure discharge
** Atmospheric pressure discharge
** Out-of-battery, the discharge of a weapon before the action has returned to the normal firing position
** Induced draft — A mechanical draft tower with a fan at the discharge ( at the top ) which pulls air up through the tower.
** purulent or bloody nasal discharge
** sentence of absolutio ( discharge ) or condemnatio ( briefly damnatio, also for other meanings-condemnation ).
** The Discharge Rule in the House: Recent Use in Historical Context, a more detailed analysis of recent discharge petitions
** When costochondritis occurs as a result of infection after surgery, you will see redness, swelling, or pus discharge at the site of the surgery.
** During a thunderstorm, to make lightning discharge at a safe time and place, as with a lightning conductor.

** and sudden
** 1996 Everest disaster: A sudden storm engulfs Mount Everest with several climbing teams high on the mountain, leaving 8 dead.
** Patients have a loss of consciousness ( LOC ), then a lucid interval, then sudden deterioration ( vomiting, restlessness, LOC )
** Sleep terror ( or Pavor nocturnus )- Characterized by a sudden arousal from deep sleep with a scream or cry, accompanied by some behavioral manifestations of intense fear.
** sudden changes in weather
** Cochlear Neuronitis-an infection of the Cochlear nerve, generally viral, causing sudden deafness but no vertigo
** In the National Football League, starting with the 2012 season, if the team having first possession in overtime scores only a field goal, the other team receives the ball and can either tie the game with a field goal resulting in continuation of overtime ( which then becomes sudden death ) or score a touchdown, thereby winning the game.
** Although Rachel was buried within the boundaries of the Holy Land, she was not buried in the Cave of Machpelah due to her sudden and unexpected death.
** a sudden fall in blood pressure
** cardiac arrhythmia or sudden death
** Patients have a loss of consciousness ( LOC ), then a lucid interval, then sudden deterioration ( vomiting, restlessness, LOC )
** Myoclonic twitch, a jerk usually caused by sudden muscle contractions
** Spasm, a sudden, involuntary contraction of a muscle, group of muscles, hollow organ, or orifice
** Tic, an involuntary, repetitive, nonrhythmic movement or vocalization of sudden onset and involving discrete muscle groups
** Dr. Ysud-A Yma xenobiologist killed during a sudden ice storm.

** and momentary
** 83 minutes before launch: Power interruptions occurred, requiring momentary holds to permit all stations to check and recover.
** S transform has been proven to be able to identify a few types of disturbances, like voltage sag, voltage swell, momentary interruption, and oscillatory transients.
** Phèdre et Hippolyte ( tragedy ) 1677 ; this play, released at the same time as Racine's, enjoyed momentary success

** and electric
** Dielectric dispersion, the dependence of the permittivity of a dielectric material on the frequency of an applied electric field
** changing electric field acts like a current, generating ' vortex ' of magnetic field
** Faraday induction: changing magnetic field induces ( negative ) vortex of electric field
** Lenz's law: negative feedback loop between electric and magnetic fields
** Ionic potential, the ratio of electric charge to the radius of an ion
** Eddy currents: From Faraday's law of induction, the changing magnetic field can induce circulating loops of electric current in the conductive metal core.
** Electronic keyboard, a keyboard instrument in which key presses complete an electric circuit
** Electrocution or mild shock from electric eels and electric rays.
** In Holmdel, New Jersey, scientists at Bell Labs announce they have created a digital optical processor that could lead to the development of superfast computers that use pulses of light rather than electric currents to make calculations.
** The first electric bus becomes operational in New York City.
** Murderer Richard Speck is sentenced to death in the electric chair for killing eight student nurses in Chicago.
** John Spenkelink is executed in Florida, in the first use of the electric chair in America after the reintroduction of death penalty in 1976.
** The first electric streetlight is installed in Wabash, Indiana.
** Switching action of electrical circuitry, including inductive loads such as relays, solenoids, or electric motors.
** Pockels effect ( or linear electro-optic effect ): change in the refractive index linearly proportional to the electric field.
** Kerr effect ( or quadratic electro-optic effect, QEO effect ): change in the refractive index proportional to the square of the electric field.
** Wurlitzer electric piano
** Trolley car or electric tram ( streetcar ), sometimes confused with a cable car
** Trolley bus, an electric bus
** AC motor, an electric motor that is driven by alternating current
** DC motor, an electric motor that runs on direct current electricity

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