a Confederate fort in NW Tennessee, on the Tennessee River: captured by Union forces in 1862.
[hen-ree] /ˈhɛn ri/
Joseph, 1797–1878, U.S. physicist.
O. pen name of .
Patrick, 1736–99, American patriot, orator, and statesman.
Cape, a cape in SE Virginia at the mouth of the Chesapeake Bay.
a male given name: from Germanic words meaning “home” and “kingdom.”.
noun (pl) -ry, -ries, -rys
the derived SI unit of electric inductance; the inductance of a closed circuit in which an emf of 1 volt is produced when the current varies uniformly at the rate of 1 ampere per second H
Joseph. 1797–1878, US physicist. He discovered the principle of electromagnetic induction independently of Faraday and constructed the first electromagnetic motor (1829). He also discovered self-induction and the oscillatory nature of electric discharges (1842)
Patrick. 1736–99, American statesman and orator, a leading opponent of British rule during the War of American Independence
Prince, known as Harry. born 1984, second son of Charles, Prince of Wales, and Diana, Princess of Wales
masc. proper name, from French Henri, from Late Latin Henricus, from German Heinrich, from Old High German Heimerich, literally “the ruler of the house,” from heim “home” + rihhi “ruler.” One of the most popular Norman names after the Conquest.
henry hen·ry (hěn’rē)
n. pl. hen·rys or hen·ries (-rēz)
The unit of inductance in which an induced electromotive force of one volt is produced when the current is varied at the rate of one ampere per second.
A SI derived unit of electrical inductance, especially of transformers and inductance coils. A current changing at the rate of one ampere per second in a circuit with an inductance of one henry induces an electromotive force of one volt.
- For the rest of them
for The Rest Of Us
- For the rest of us
abuse (From the Macintosh slogan “The computer for the rest of us”) 1. Used to describe a spiffy product whose affordability shames other comparable products, or (more often) used sarcastically to describe spiffy but very overpriced products. 2. Describes a program with a limited interface, deliberately limited capabilities, non-orthogonality, inability to compose primitives, or any […]
- Forth modification lab
event (FORML) A Forth conference held every November on the West coast of the USA (). (1997-04-12)
- For the sake of
1. Also for one’s sake. Out of consideration or regard for a person or thing; for someone’s or something’s advantage or good. For example, For Jill’s sake we did not serve meat, or We have to stop fighting for the sake of family unity. [ Early 1200s ] 2. For the purpose or motive of, […]