verticity


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verticity

(vɜːˈtɪsɪtɪ)
n
the ability to turn
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Pyle (1997) described the verticity of P6 as an indicator of age in northern shrikes such that greater verticity of the black-to-white transition was more typical of HY-SY birds.
so that piece of iron whilst it is being formed and lengthened out, is affected by the common cause (to wit, the earth); whilst it is returning also from its heated condition to its former temperature, it is imbued with special verticity in accord of its position.
Verticity was Gilbert's term for what we might call "magnetic polarity," and the magnetism of the rod was indeed "captured" from the weak magnetic field of the earth in which it was immersed.
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