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magnetic

adjective absorbing, alluring, appealing, arresting, attracting, attractive, beguiling, bewitching, charismatic, charming, compelling, dynamic, electric, electrical, enchanting, engaging, engrossing, enthralling, enticing, entrancing, exciting, fascinating, glamorous, gripping, hypnotic, interesting, inviting, irresistible, magnetized, mesmeric, persuasive, potent, powerful, provocative, tantalizing, tempting, winning
See also: attractive
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To request a waiver, an employer must apply 45 days before the due date of the report, using IRS Form 8508, Request for a Waiver From Filing Information Return on Magnetic Media.
What's more, thermoplastic PB magnets are improving in both magnetic and mechanical properties.
A natural solution to this problem is to develop new magnetic alloys that resist more strongly any change in magnetic orientation.
Magnetic field generation at the selected frequency, intensity, waveform, pattern, and duration was controlled by software operating in conjunction with power generation systems.
Be prepared to break out another magnetic strip - your credit card.
The effects of EMF on the office environment vary based upon the fundamental differences among (1) 60 Hertz electric and magnetic fields, (2) the fields produced by power distribution equipment and (3) the fields produced by office equipment.
is a leading provider of calibration services, test and component sourcing services, and specialty products that include state-of-the-art magnetic measurement instruments, current sensors and hall generators to major corporations and government agencies.
One type acts like a conveyor belt moving plasma--and the magnetic field that it carries--from the equator to the poles, then into the interior of the sun, and finally back to the equatorial surface.
One key systematic effect that arises when using these new magnetic trapping techniques is marginal trapping; neutrons with a total energy greater than the trap depth may be temporarily contained in the trap.
To maximize the magnetic performance of the particles, new binder and base film components were developed by double-coating a base film layer, wet on wet, with a thick nonmagnetic protective layer and an extremely thin magnetic outer layer.
It is therefore also the right moment for the manufactures of magnetic separators to show that magnets are not that technological "black box" too often perceived as a commodity for which the limits in performance are set and known.