Thesaurus / polarity

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Polarity therefore lies in that to which both bear a relation, in the decision, but not in the attack or defence itself.

On WarCarl von Clausewitz

"Polarity" Graetz calls the self-contradiction which runs through our history.

Its polarity depends on the direction in which the current flows.

How it WorksArchibald Williams

(B) With the compass test the polarity of the cores as in Exp.

There was no seeming connection between the direction of the electric discharge and the polarity of the needle.

The Story of Great InventionsElmer Ellsworth Burns

The transverse power has a character of polarity impressed upon it.

It will die just as a man will, if you destroy the polarity of his brain by wounding it.

Polarity has much to do with the phenomena of crystallization.

We know that all organic and inorganic bodies are subject to the laws of electricity—each has its polarity.

As a great scientist puts it, "Establish your polarity, young man, and sleep soundly at night."

The Young Man and the WorldAlbert J. Beveridge

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