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attraction

a force by which one object attracts another, such as the gravitational or electrostatic force
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Chemical Attractions Ltd, based in Birmingham city centre, is taking on America's Match.
A spokesman for Chemical Attractions said: "This is about protecting the Chemistry.
Knoeff documents a shift in Boerhaave's thinking from his early Institutiones medicae (1708), which was influenced by Robert Boyle's corpuscularian chemistry and the mechanics of inertia and attraction in Newton's Principia, to emphasize more the chemical attractions and repulsions that are found in Newton's Opticks, and eventually to abandon mechanical philosophy for a more Paracelsian metaphysics of seminal agencies that act directly on bodies from within them.
CHEMICAL attractions are set to reach meltdown when Scotland's biggest dating event is launched on Thursday night.
The triple bond between a nitrogen molecule's atoms is one of the strongest chemical attractions around.

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