Forbush-decrease



[fawr-boo sh] /ˈfɔr bʊʃ/

noun, Astronomy.
1.
the sudden decrease in the intensity of cosmic rays after an increase in solar activity.

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    [fawr-bahy] /fɔrˈbaɪ/ preposition, adverb, Chiefly Scot. 1. close ; near. 2. . /fɔːˈbaɪ; Scottish fərˈbaɪ/ preposition, adverb (Scot) 1. besides; in addition (to) 2. (obsolete) near; nearby

  • Forbye

    [fawr-bahy] /fɔrˈbaɪ/ preposition, adverb, Chiefly Scot. 1. close ; near. 2. . /fɔːˈbaɪ; Scottish fərˈbaɪ/ preposition, adverb (Scot) 1. besides; in addition (to) 2. (obsolete) near; nearby



  • Forc

    Early system on IBM 704. Listed in CACM 2(5):16 (May 1959).

  • Force

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