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fundamental interaction

[¦fən·də¦ment·əl ‚in·tər′ak·shən]
(particle physics)
One of the fundamental forces that act between the elementary particles of matter.
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Since expression is one of the fundamental forces of our lives, "expression takes its place at the heart of the individual, in his soul and in his body, his passions and his actions, his causes and his effects," (22) this invites a constructive self-engagement and constant interaction with the other inviting a negation of what is given as identity and affirming what is within us.
The exception is the fourth fundamental force, the weak nuclear force, which can tell left from right.
The Standard Model describes four fundamental forces or interactions that govern how matter behaves: Gravity attracts massive bodies to one another.
This passage does not show that Kant rejected the idea of attraction as a fundamental force of matter.
These enhancements are designed to improve vibrator performance, create better ground coupling, increase fundamental force, and reduce harmonic distortion.
It combines two forces of nature and shows that they are, in fact, different aspects of a more fundamental force.
As its Chief Strategy Officer he was a fundamental force to carve out the growth plan for China Mobile Pakistan in which the company acquired over 50% market share in the Pakistani market in the year 2013 and hefty market share in the later years.
Evaporation is a fundamental force of nature," Sahin said.
And thus this section of the Appendix can be read as a partial vindication of Kant's Wolffian predecessors and their "mixed" (empirical and rational) approach to rational psychology, as they attempted to derive the empirically given forces of the soul from a single fundamental force of the soul.
This coupled with the leading customer service in the industry is the fundamental force driving our growth and success.
It may point to a previously unrecognized fundamental force of nature.
However, owing to factors such as the rotation of the planet, the effects of mountains and ocean trenches, and density variations in Earth's interior, this fundamental force is not quite the same all over.

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