- His infectious humor stimulated applause.
- That lecture really stimulated me.
- Falling interest rates have stimulated the automobile market.
- If it continues to be stimulated the skin's protective function causes thickening and it becomes stiff and hard with pores that stand out.
- The use of third-party financing arrangements is an innovate practice that should be stimulated.
- laser (light amplification by stimulated emission of radiation): any device which can be made to produce or amplify electromagnetic radiation in the optical radiation wavelength range primarily by the process of controlled stimulated emission;
- The mere fact of a legal deadline is not enough to secure switch-off unless demand is stimulated.
- International cooperation is also essential and can be stimulated, coordinated, relayed and implemented by action through the Community networking structures.
- The ESA under test shall be switched on and must be stimulated to be in normal operation condition.
- An assembly of components which produce both spatially and temporally coherent light that is amplified by stimulated emission of radiation.
- Carbon dioxide laser, stimulated by high frequency, having an output power of 12 Watt or more, but not more than 200 Watt
- This has, in turn, stimulated investments in substantial new EG capacity in Asia and the Middle East scheduled to come on stream over the next few years.
- This mode is exited when stimulated by an input, such as a manual power switch or clock timer, to bring the unit into ready mode.
- The demand for CDM credits will also be stimulated and thus developing countries hosting CDM projects will be assisted in achieving their sustainable development goals.
- Stimulated by the European Commission and UK government efforts, the number and value of transactions in the sub GBP 500000 (EUR 700000) marketplace is expanding.