magnetic character

magnetic character

[mag′ned·ik ′kar·ik·tər]
(computer science)
A character printed with magnetic ink, as on bank checks, for reading by machines as well as by humans.
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"He is a gregarious and magnetic character. My character Robin has the bad boy charm.
Mapping the magnetic field intensity at the surface provides information about a material's magnetic character as well as data relating to its physical state.
This is undeniable due to the strongest magnetic character of ferromagnetic particles among other magnetites.
Having gleaned a personal perspective from letters, the author builds Metchnikoff into a magnetic character and sets him in a vibrant scientific and historical scene.
Liverpool's owners have escaped serious critical attention thanks to the masterstroke of recruiting such a magnetic character.
This magnetic character is as popular today as he was in his heyday At his beloved Anfield, his name revered and sang At every match home and away Under his wise guidance he created a dynasty Fulfilling our every dream of success He was a breath of fresh air Granted Shanks was a 'boss' poser!
The surface sampling, magnetic character and soil discolouration of one of these areas (Harles) is shown in Figure 2 (see link at the bottom of the release).
"You're tragically flawed but you've got a good heart," his daughter tells him, neatly summing up the essence of the messy but magnetic character played by David Duchovny, above.
Annealing temperatures were applied which covered the values where heat-treatment does not affect amorphous state up to the temperatures where the second step of crystallization takes place, deteriorating soft magnetic character of the materials (Krenicky et al., 2004).
These so-called diamagnetic materials have no permanent magnetic character but generate magnetism that opposes an applied magnetic field.