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unipolar

[¦yü·nə′pō·lər]
(electricity)
Having but one pole, polarity, or direction; when applied to amplifiers or power supplies, it means that the output can vary in only one polarity from zero and, therefore, must always contain a direct-current component.
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He criticized the US unipolar approach in the international community and said that the Americans seek to dominate whole world to attain their sinister goals.
The turn of events could ultimately lead to the eventual downfall of the hyper-power and the appearance of a new system on top of the ruins of the existing unipolar system: the rise of a new unipolar system, (iv) or the replacement of the unipolarity by a bi/multi-polar system.
Many analysts and observers felt that a unipolar world would be far better than a polarised one, where two superpowers sought to sabotage and foil the plans and plots of the other.
The unipolar versions will change their output when a magnetic flux matching the polarity sensitivity of the Hall sensor approaches the marked surface of the IC.
Bu makalede biz de gelismekte olan bipolar spektrum bozukluklari kavramini, belirtilerin boyutsal gorunguleri, unipolar depresyon-bipolar bozukluk ve bipolar bozukluk-psikoz arasindaki kesisim noktalarina ozgul kaynaklar esliginde, gozden gecirmekteyiz.
It is in the context of a unipolar world that Nigeria-United States relations are analysed (pp.
Hafez al-Assad lived in a unipolar world and knew the road to Washington ran through Jerusalem.
Hashem urged him to modify Bulgarian position away from the US-led unipolar global system.
The first variable, according to the Kuwaiti top diplomat, being center of global powers; which only included the United States and the former Soviet Union during the second half of the 20th century before the world became unipolar after the fall of the Union in the early 1990s.
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For ease of analysis, the diagnoses were clubbed together in five broad groups (ICD-10 codes): psychoses (F2029), bipolar disorder (F30-31), unipolar depression (F32-34), obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) (F42) and remaining diagnostic groups (others).
It's either now or never in order to liberate the world from imperialism and change the world from a unipolar into a multi-polar world," Chavez told reporters in the Syrian capital.