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  • The draught produced a galvanic effect, a violent trembling pervaded the old man’s limbs, his eyes opened until it was fearful to gaze upon them, he heaved a sigh which resembled a shriek, and then his convulsed body returned gradually to its former immobility, the eyes remaining open.

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  • The invasion of Afghanistan was never in question given the galvanic effect of the terrorist attacks.
  • A lie detector measures galvanic skin response.

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