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Nervous system of a generic bilaterian animal, in the form of a nerve cord with segmental enlargements, and a " brain " at the front
Sensors built into a dance floor at the University of Texas convert dancers ' movements into MIDI messages, and David Rokeby's Very Nervous System art installation created music from the movements of passers-through.
In Boston, the scene at the Rat was joined by the Nervous Eaters, Thrills, and Human Sexual Response.
Retaining nitrogen in trimix can contribute to the prevention of High Pressure Nervous Syndrome, a problem that can occur when breathing heliox at depths beyond about.
Born and raised in Hermosa Beach, California, he formed Black Flag at the age of 21 with guitarist Greg Ginn and performed on the band's 1978 debut EP Nervous Breakdown.
Black Flag had made at least two aborted attempts to record a full-length album since the release of its first extended play Nervous Breakdown, with singers Keith Morris, Ron Reyes, and Dez Cadena ; some of the Reyes sessions became the Jealous Again EP, while selections from two of many Cadena sessions became the Six Pack EP and the " Louie Louie "/" Damaged I " single ; other session outtakes would later comprise the Everything Went Black double album.
In the cranium, preganglionic PSN ( CN III, CN VII, and CN IX ) usually arise from specific nuclei in the Central Nervous System ( CNS ) and synapse at one of four parasympathetic ganglia: ciliary, pterygopalatine, otic, or submandibular.
Nervous customers were offered brandy at the top to revive them after their ' ordeal '.
In 2010, LuPone created the role of Lucia in the original Broadway production of Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown, which opened at the Belasco Theatre on November 4, 2010, and closed on January 2, 2011, after 23 previews and 69 regular performances.
* Piccinini, Gualtiero, " The First Computational Theory of Mind and Brain: A Close Look at McCulloch and Pitts's ' Logical Calculus of Ideas Immanent in Nervous Activity '", Synthese 141: 175 – 215, 2004.
Nervous system of a generic bilaterian animal, in the form of a nerve cord with segmental enlargements, and a " brain " at the front
It was at this point that a guitar-driven version of Nervous Gender emerged.
The final performance of Nervous Gender was on August 26, 1991 at Club A. S. S.
* Nervous Gender Live at the Hong Kong Cafe 1979 ( Nervous Gender Archives.
* Nervous Gender Live at the Roxy 1986 ( Nervous Gender Archives.
Drake played his final concert with the band on May 2 at The Venue in New Cross, London-he would continue his connection with Cardiacs in general, but moved on to join the band Nervous ( and would eventually embark on a long-delayed solo career by 2001 ).
; The Integrative Action of the Nervous System: Published in 1906, this was a compendium of Sherrington's Silliman lectures, delivered at Yale University in 1904.
Very Nervous System was presented at the Venice Biennale in 1986.
The main characters are played by non-Basques ( Suárez is from Madrid, Novo from Galicia, Barranco indelibly Andalusian in popular consciousness after her role in Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown ), and much of the action is set at the campsite in La Rioja, a liminal region between the Basque country and Castile.
MacLean received the Distinguished Research Award of the Association for Research in Nervous and Mental Disease in 1964, and in 1966 gave the Thomas William Salmon Lectures at the New York Academy of Medicine.

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New York's Suicide, L. A .' s The Screamers and Nervous Gender, Australia's JAB, and Germany's DAF were pioneers of synthpunk.
Inspired by openly gay punk musicians of an earlier generation such as Jayne County, Phranc, Darby Crash and Randy Turner, and bands like Nervous Gender, The Screamers, and Coil, queercore embraces a variety of punk and other alternative music styles.
After the Germs ended Don Bolles played with several other L. A. bands, including Steaming Coils, Celebrity Skin, Vox Pop, Nervous Gender and 45 Grave.
Nervous Gender is a punk band founded in Los Angeles, California in 1978 by Gerardo Velazquez, Edward Stapleton, Phranc and Michael Ochoa.
At this time they recorded the tracks for the compilation Live At Target, released as an LP and a video, both seminal not only in the punk scene but also as early industrial recordings ; fellow contributors Factrix and Z ' EV ( listed on this recording as " UNS ") were early industrial acts, and Nervous Gender found more acceptance among that scene initially.
Nervous Gender played with bands such as SPK, Factrix, Non, Einstürzende Neubauten, and Psychic TV during the early 1980s.
Nervous Gender did not record in the studio again.
During their career Nervous Gender was called by one critic, "... the thorn in the side of the L. A. music scene ...".
In early 1990, original members Gerardo Velasquez and Michael Ochoa along with Joe Zinnato ( a long time Ochoa collaborator ) revived Nervous Gender as a trio.
This formation did a series of 8 performances, and were working on what would have been the final Nervous Gender album ( working title " American Regime ") with producer Paul Cutler ( of 45 Grave ).
As of 2005, Edward Stapleton, Michael Ochoa and Joe Zinnato were reviewing all of the Nervous Gender material ( studio, live and rehearsal recordings and performance videos ) with an eye towards releasing a NG retospective.
2006 ) The first in a series of archival recordings available from Nervous Gender via their web site
2006 ) The second in a series of archival recordings available from Nervous Gender via their web site

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* Nervous Gender-MUSIC FROM HELL 2009 Remixed / Remastered ( Nervous Gender Archives.

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The Central Nervous System ( CNS ) requires a great deal of oxygen for its neurons.
Examples of this style of computer music can be found in the middle-80's work of David Rokeby ( Very Nervous System ) where audience / performer motions are ' translated ' to MIDI segments.
* Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown, in which gazpacho is a major plot point.
It may here be requisite for me to explain, that by the term Hypnotism, or Nervous Sleep, which frequently occurs in the following pages, I mean a peculiar condition of the nervous system, into which it may be thrown by artificial contrivance, and which differs, in several respects, from common sleep or the waking condition.
Nervous Acts: Essays on Literature, Culture and Sensibility.
* Peters, A., Palay, S. L., Webster, H, D., 1991 The Fine Structure of the Nervous System, 3rd ed., Oxford, New York
Nervous systems are found in most multicellular animals, but vary greatly in complexity.
The Rolling Stones had drug references and psychedelic hints in their 1966 singles " 19th Nervous Breakdown " and " Paint It, Black ", the latter featuring drones and sitar.
In 1809 Gall began writing his greatest work " The Anatomy and Physiology of the Nervous System in General, and of the Brain in Particular, with Observations upon the possibility of ascertaining the several Intellectual and Moral Dispositions of Man and Animal, by the configuration of their Heads.
* Schreber, Daniel Paul ( 2000 ) Memoirs of My Nervous Illness.
As early as 1944 an author in the Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease remarked: " The history of prefrontal lobotomy has been brief and stormy.
In his book, The Anatomy and Physiology of the Nervous System in General, and of the Brain in Particular, Gall claimed that a larger bump in one of these areas meant that that area of the brain was used more frequently by that person.
Volume one is entitled Twenty-five Years of Objective Study of the Higher Nervous Activity of Animals and volume two: Conditioned Reflexes and Psychiatry.
Nervous of the lengths to which Anne might go, James formally charged Mar in writing never to surrender Henry to anyone except on orders from his own mouth, " because in the surety of my son consists my surety ," nor to yield Henry to the Queen even in the event of his own death.
" Possible Microwave Mechanisms of the Mammalian Nervous System ", T-I-T J Life Sci 9: 29 – 51, 1979.
The subculture surfaced on Broadway as musical comedy in The Nervous Set ( 1959 ) by Neurotica editor Jay Landesman and Theodore J. Flicker with music by Tommy Wolf and lyrics by Fran Landesman ; this was the source of two jazz standards, " Spring Can Really Hang You Up the Most " and " The Ballad of the Sad Young Men " ( recorded by Gil Evans, Anita O ' Day, Roberta Flack, Petula Clark, Rod McKuen, Shirley Bassey and others ).

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