weber

[ UK /wˈɛbɐ/ ]
[ US /ˈwɛbɝ/ ]
NOUN
  1. a unit of magnetic flux equal to 100,000,000 maxwells
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How To Use weber In A Sentence

  • In turn, the gallery's window is fitted with giant windscreen wipers to sweep away a continuous downpour of "rain" inverted commas seem necessary to any description of Weber's wonderfully artificial sculptural conceits. This week's new exhibitions
  • In the Weber test, the tuning fork is struck and placed on the midline of the forehead, the nasal bridge, or the chin.
  • Mr. Weber is not a moralist and does not claim that, by preferring Tchaikovsky to, say, the current-day atonalist Charles Wuorinen, we are philistines or reactionaries. That Melody Sounds Familiar
  • Leinweber discusses the development of beliefs about sorcerers and female vampires (lamiae) in Greek and Roman texts through Apuleius and shows how they prefigured modern witchcraft and vampire legends.
  • In the Weber system, one of the weights is keyed solid with constant pitch while the other weight is allowed to move 180 in pitch.
  • Also at risk of glaucoma are children with neurofibromatosis and Sturge-Weber syndrome.
  • Weber gave a fair hearing to anyone who held a different opinion.
  • REDLANDS - Donald Weber Leonard, a lifetime Redlands resident and active community member, died Thursday, March 19, in Redlands following a short illness. undefined
  • The rift with the rest of the ECB's council deepened in September when, in an interview with Bloomberg, Mr. Weber pre-empted the policy decisions of the council's next meeting, something that provoked a memorable put-down from the normally imperturbable Mr. Trichet. Was Weber Sacrificed for the Euro?
  • We can obviously say nothing immediate about how the central sense-excitations would be sensed independently of the latter; thus Weber's Law, too, concerns only apperceived sensations, and therefore can just as well have its basis in the processes of the apperceptive comparison of sensation as in the original constitution of the central sensory excitations. Wilhelm Maximilian Wundt
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