positive polarity

positive polarity

n
(Grammar) grammar the grammatical characteristic of a word or phrase, such as delicious or rather, that may normally only be used in a semantically or syntactically positive or affirmative context
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As the Human factor aligns itself with a positive polarity, the subtle kinetic energies emerge as the 'Greater Gifts' or the 'Three Natures' of existence.
The visualization shows how in 1997, the sun shows the positive polarity on the top, and the negative polarity on the bottom.
But if it hits a semiconductor device, then it takes that pulse of a negative polarity and turns it into a positive polarity.
Not only are the patches of magnetism smaller and weaker, but now there is a great deal of positive polarity visible as well.
Thus, the process of interaction of strongly nonlinear waves of positive polarity is qualitatively the same as for weakly nonlinear waves except for the formation of a small reflected wave of negative polarity.
What this means is that, even when people have negative opinion about a subject, they still use a lot of words with a positive polarity in expressing themselves.
Only positive polarity can efficiently flush out toxins and poisons in the body at the cellular level.
A document in which the majority of pairs indicate the growth of a positive indicator or the decrease of a negative one will be labeled as having a positive polarity, whereas a document in which the majority of pairs indicate the growth of a negative indicator or the decrease of a positive one will have a negative polarity.
15] suggested the use of positive polarity to augment the migration and proliferation of epithelial cells and therefore hasten wound closing.
However, the TSC of blood donated by diabetic patient is showing interesting behavior and characterized by two peaks of positive polarity.
When we talk about a battery we recognize that at one end is a negative polarity and at the other end is a positive polarity.