magnetised


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Adj.1.magnetised - having the properties of a magnetmagnetised - having the properties of a magnet; i.e. of attracting iron or steel; "the hard disk is covered with a thin coat of magnetic material"
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Unless the economy is magnetised, will hundi remain scot-free?
"According to QED, a highly magnetised vacuum behaves as a prism for the propagation of light, an effect known as vacuum birefringence," lead researcher Roberto Mignani from the Istituto di Astrofisica Spaziale e Fisica Cosmica Milano in Milan said in a (http://www.eso.org/public/news/eso1641/) statement .
TOM ODELL Scoring a number one with your debut album means the pressure is on for your follow-up, but Tom's new single Magnetised has filled us with high hopes.
- WS of Elchiyev carrying a man sitting on a homemade metal board magnetised to his body
(9.15pm) Finalists Isla Parry and Mike Cloke perfect their prototypes for a walking aid and a magnetised tray and tea set.
A new magnetic separator from S+S Inspection cleans ferrous and magnetised stainless steel from fine-grained, powdery materials in vacuum and pressure conveyor pipes up to 2.50 mm diameter at flow rates of up to 25 m/s.
Black plays Jerry, who is accidentally magnetised in an industrial accident and when he walks into his best mate's video rental shop his new condition wipes all the tapes.