gravitation

[ grav-i-tey-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF gravitation

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That is a very common verification of one of the best established laws of nature—that of gravitation.

Gravitation then is a property belonging to matter and not to ether.

He may be described as confusing the attraction of gravitation with the attraction of cohesion.

The law of progress is as inevitable as is the law of gravitation.

Here is the reason: There is a great force known as gravitation.

Just as we know of no exceptions to the law of gravitation, so there are no exceptions to the law of death.

It was gravitation that gave the rock its weight, but, look there!

If the Law of Gravitation could be stated as a real utterance, it might be a real resistance to us.

We only recognize the law, and are no more responsible for its existence than for the law of gravitation.

No slow climbing for him; he just lets go and comes down by gravitation.

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