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INDUCTION, eccles. law. The giving a clerk, instituted to a benefice, the actual possession of its temporalties, in the nature of livery of seisin. Ayl. Parerg. 299.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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Validation of the experimental results demonstrate the superior efficiency of the system again variotherm to electromagnetic induction heating.
Lesch SM, Strauss DJ, Rhoades JD (1995) Spatial prediction of soil salinity using electromagnetic induction techniques.
G., Electromagnetism and Relativity, with Particular Reference to Moving Media and Electromagnetic Induction, Longmans, Green and Co., London, New York, Toronto, 1957
J., "Characterization of UXO-like targets using broadband electromagnetic induction sensors, " IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing, Vol.
The electromagnetic induction of membrane sodium potassium ATPase inhibition mediated ATP synthesis may also be a similar primitive source of cellular energy.
The shock absorbers use an electromagnetic induction mechanism to convert the vibration energy into electricity and mitigate the vibration at the same time.
Relatively speaking, it is less efficient than electromagnetic induction as an electrical power producer.
doi:10.4141/cjss81-008 Cook PG, Walker GR (1992) Depth profiles of electrical conductivity from linear combinations of electromagnetic induction measurements.
The Powermat wireless charger lets you kiss cords goodbye by using electromagnetic induction to harness and deliver power to your handheld devices (like mobile phones, digital cameras and gaming gadgets).
This simple mechanism called electromagnetic induction is how Egypt's High Dam uses the motion of water to generate electricity and also how most of the world gets its electricity today.
"Electromagnetic induction methods are widely used in groundwater exploration," said James Pfieffer of Zapata Incorporated, a geophysical firm that provided field support.

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