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Things transient often describes (“transient ________”)
response, attacks, nature, increase, ischemia, attack, analysis, effects, conditions, state, behavior, changes, phenomena, loss, current, period, phenomenon, expression, effect, states, amnesia, responses, population, phase, symptoms, rise, causes, episodes, decrease, increases, currents, flow, disturbances, events, condition, elevation, behaviour, solution, character, problem, blindness, signals, pain, performance, voltage, processes, species, bacteremia, improvement, disturbance, stability, existence, signal, characteristics, component, stage, term, paralysis, dysfunction, workers, synovitis, reduction, elevations, occlusion, hypertension, measurements, block, relief, hypotension, voltages, depression, visitor, spectroscopy, reactance, experiments, gleam, weakness, fall, event, hypothyroidism, transfection, disorder, visitors, creep, appearance, periods, assays, impairment

How transient often is described (“________ transient”)
more, only, initial, current, common, most, less, uncommon, rare, off, short, very, typical, thermal, fast, single, mere, oscillatory, slow, rapid, electrical, sharp, brief, induced, regular, negative, permanent, positive, optical, coronal, occasional, intracellular, casual, time, acute, mechanical, potential, exponential, severe, inherently, ray, abundant, mild, corresponding, chaotic, quite, slight, reverse, reload, observed, temporary, acoustic, energy, sudden, maximum, repetitive, voltage, neonatal, capacitive, spontaneous, resultant, nonlinear, forward, capacitative

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