a permanent-magnet alloy having , , and as its princ-p-l ingredients.
you can establish a psi field in a suitable material, just as you can establish a magnetic field in steel or alnico.
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trademark an alloy of aluminium, nickel, cobalt, iron, and copper, used to make permanent magnets
ephialtes and otus, the sons of poseidon and iphimedia, raised by aloeus.
noun any of various tropical plants of the genus alocasia see aroid historical examples edible but itchy root, grown as ornamental and wild: alocasia macrorrhiza. a dictionary of cebuano visayan john u. wolff the alae replied: “it is in the leaf of the a-pe plant” (alocasia macrorrhiza). hawaiian folk tales various a new plant, modelled […]
. land owned absolutely; land owned and not subject to any rent, service, or other tenurial right of an overlord. historical examples a yet more interesting and equally foreign word is not unfrequently used, namely, alodium. domesday book and beyond frederic william maitland the suggestion has been made that alodium represents book-land; see pollock, land […]
free from the tenurial rights of a feudal overlord. . historical examples certain feudal tenants, and i suppose also alodial proprietors, were bound to serve on horseback, equipped with the coat of mail. view of the state of europe during the middle ages, vol. 3 (of 3) henry hallam adjective (of land) held as an […]
any chiefly african shrub belonging to the genus aloe, of the lily family, certain species of which yield a fiber. . . aloes, (used with a singular verb) . the fragrant, resinous wood of an east indian tree, aquilaria agallocha, of the mezereum family, used as incense in the orient. historical examples the bitter substances […]