repulsion


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And what would you say of unwillingness and dislike and the absence of desire; should not these be referred to the opposite class of repulsion and rejection?
And during my absence you may pay a visit to Staningley, if you like: your uncle and aunt have long been wanting us to go there, you know; but somehow there's such a repulsion between the good lady and me, that I never could bring myself up to the scratch.
The feeling of intense repulsion, which had begun to oppress and torture his heart while he was on his way to the old woman, had by now reached such a pitch and had taken such a definite form that he did not know what to do with himself to escape from his wretchedness.
Finally, we had three specific predictions on differences in movement performance and gaze behavior between experts and apprentices: First, experts should show a shorter hurdle phase, a shorter repulsion phase and a longer duration of the second flight phase, because these two parameters usually distinguish between "better" and "worse" handsprings on vault (Bruggemann, 1994).
Although we do not submit a formulation at this stage, we suggest that repulsion occurs between the particles and the heavy mass.
Once students understand coupling and repulsion crosses, they can predict the outcomes of the F2 generations in the coupling and repulsion crosses for linked genes, if no crossing over has occurred.
The exhibition is a multi-sensory experience which may trigger feelings of both attraction and repulsion.
Above a 5% concentration, the apparent viscosity exceeded that of either component, due to an enhanced electrostatic repulsion that occurred between the negatively charged molecules.
It is hard to sum that up in a nutshell and for me Auschwitz is more about feelings, about compassion, repulsion, regret, sadness, but most of all, hope.
and the other is the one involving at least one copolymer where the intramolecular repulsion between the copolymer chains drives the system to miscibility.
Magnetic attraction and repulsion allow the catoms to move about and respond to each other.
The centre is the outcome of a competition staged by a charitable trust with the aim of recasting and restaging the act of blood donation in a more inviting public domain, so mitigating the fear and repulsion subconsciously associated with such public spiritedness.