GLOSSARY 347 Sttaza; A number of lines or verses regularly adjusted to one another. Static electricity: Electricity produced by friction or other mechanical means, and employed in charges rather than currents. Stenographic; Written in shorthand. Stethoscope; An instrument employed by physicians in listen- ing to respiratory sounds; heart sounds, etc. Sthenk: Giving power; stimulating; having power to inspire or animate. Stimulant: That which stimulates. Stimulate: Impel; incite; prompt; rouse to activity. — To increase physiological action; to produce a quick but temporary increase in vital activity, Stimuli: Plural of stimulus. Stimulus: That which stimulates or excites, especially that which stimulates a sense-organ. Stramonium: A drug; a medicine. StrAnguktory: Marked by strangling and suffocation. Stress: Emphasis; accent. Stultify: To make foolish; to cause to appear absurdly incon- sistent, Subcentre; A centre within a centre; a small centre. Subcortictl: Beneath the cortex of the brain. Subjective: Mental; internal; in the self; belonging to the self. Subjoin: To add; attach; affix; annex. Subordiumte: (adjective) Having a lower position in a scale; Inferior; secondary; minor. Subordinate: (wrb) To make subordinate. Subsem: To serve; administer to. Subsenient: Subserving; acting as an instrument or agent; adapted to promote some end or purpose. — Obedient; subordinate.