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negative pole

[′neg·əd·iv ′pōl]
(electromagnetism)
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The minimum distance from the ground plane of pole is 7 m and the separation distance between the positive pole and the negative pole is 6 m.
Blackburn, Logan and Renwick (2005) also generated Digman's dimensions, viewing them from their negative poles, and labelling them as "anxious-inhibited" or affiliation, and "acting out" or dominance.
There are m negative poles, and one positive pole at 1.
The negative poles of these polar molecules (oxygen atoms) are attracted by the positive charge of the Stick.
The positive element of the Witch Ball attracts negative energy in the air just like positive and negative poles of a magnet are drawn together.
the limits appear to represent positive and negative poles. Elsewhere
Between these two ostensibly negative poles Levi represents numerous possibilities that test the powers of humankind.
Since opposite charges attract, water's negative poles grab the positive poles of other molecules, like hydrogen in carbohydrates such as breads.
Energy is thought to move between positive and negative poles in the body.