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magnetic

[mag′ned·ik]
(electromagnetism)
Pertaining to magnetism or a magnet.
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"Is the world, then, so narrow?" exclaimed Hester Prynne, fixing her deep eyes on the minister's, and instinctively exercising a magnetic power over a spirit so shattered and subdued that it could hardly hold itself erect.
There existed between him and the old church so profound an instinctive sympathy, so many magnetic affinities, so many material affinities, that he adhered to it somewhat as a tortoise adheres to its shell.
Fouquet, your protector, your friend, you father, has been arrested by an order of the king, and thrown into the Bastile." A sustained yell of vengeful fury came floating up to the window at which the bishop stood, and enveloped him in a magnetic field.
But Francine--still influenced by the magnetic attraction which drew her to Emily--did not conceal from herself that she had offered the provocation, and had been therefore the person to blame.
I can even perceive some faint possibility of truth in the explanation which you described as the mesmeric theory-- that what I saw might be the result of magnetic influence communicated to me, as I lay between the remains of the murdered husband above me and the guilty wife suffering the tortures of remorse at my bedside.
Is there some potent magnetic emanation from Number One which Number Two doesn't possess?
She rebelled, as it were, against a certain magnetic element in the artist's nature, which he exercised towards her, possibly without being conscious of it.
[USPRwire, Mon Aug 26 2019] Magnet therapy generally uses a magnetic plate placed on the surface of point or around meridians in order to treat particular disease.
[ClickPress, Mon Aug 26 2019] Magnet therapy generally uses a magnetic plate placed on the surface of point or around meridians in order to treat particular disease.
The magneto-caloric effect of magnetic materials was firstly noticed by Warburg in 1881 (Bohigas et al.
In the systems of active screening of man-made magnetic field of industrial frequency [2-10] as the executive body they use special winding--active cables, the number of which is determined by the specifics of the problem being solved.
There are two methods to apply magnetic fields to magnetic elastomers.