international henry

international henry

[¦in·tər¦nash·ən·əl ′hen·rē]
(electromagnetism)
A unit of electrical inductance which has been superseded by the henry, and is equal to 1.00049 henry. Also known as quadrant; secohm.
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
In former French international Henry's second match in charge, the Ligue 1 outfit at least halted their run of five straight defeats but they have now gone 12 games without victory since a win at Nantes on the French league season's opening day.
Wallaby international Henry Speight makes his first start on the wing for Ulster and the hosts should edge this one.
Dave, who played with current England international Henry Weir at Vagrants, was put forward for Masters trials in Warwick by his wife.
Both sides are at full strength and New Zealand international Henry Cameron could make his Limerick bow.
| Everton have confirmed the signing of Nigeria international Henry Onyekuru from Belgian side Eupen a deal which takes their summer spending past PS50m.
But while one player leaves Goodison, the Blues yesterday confirmed the arrival of Nigeria international Henry Onyekuru from Belgian side Eupen.
FORMER Swansea City and Wales under-21 international Henry Jones explained how the inspirational halftime talk from Bangor manager Andy Legg helped turn a 2-0 half-time deficit against Rhyl into an electrifying 3-2 triumph.
Fellow England Under-19 international Henry, 18, is in his first full season with the Saddlers but has been an almost ever-present in their promotion push from League One.
The contribution of this tradition of writing as proclamation and invective to Tropic of Cancer can be seen even more clearly since the publication in 2007, in Nexus: The International Henry Miller Journal, of the spoof manifesto entitled "The New Instinctivism (A Duet in Creative Violence)" that Miller and Perles drafted in 1931 for an issue of Samuel Putnam's New Review.
"At the start of December we played Bradford and Bingley at home, and the former England international Henry Paul cleaned me out at a ruck.
Sweeney will be vying for the fly-half berth with Irishman Gareth Steenson and England Under-20s international Henry Slade.
Ranked 10th in the Boxing News Four Nations ratings at lightweight, 2011 ABA semi-finalist Josh Leather (Wellington) also showed he means business ahead of the start of the championships on March 3 as he overpowered Darlington's England junior international Henry Thomas to win by third round stoppage.

Encyclopedia browser ?
Full browser ?