|act of repelling, act of driving away; repugnance, disgust; force that causes two bodies to move away from one another (Physics), fact of being repulsed, repelling force, revulsion||repulsion|
|(1918-1988) American physicist who made major contributions to the field of quantum mechanics (1965 Nobel Laureate in Physics)||Richard Feynman|
|(about an airplane) move slowly along a runway before takeoff of after landing, cab, taxicab, car taking paying passengers, move aircraft on ground, transport somebody or be transported, travel in taxi||taxi|
|(about animals) requiring little parental care, able to move about and function almost entirely independently upon birth (Zoology), independent at birth||precocial|
|(Astrology) of the aspect between two heavenly bodies when they are one-fifth of the zodiac apart (72 degrees), distance between planets, statistical division, statistical value||quintile|
|(British) noncommissioned officer in the Royal Air Force||aircraftman|
|(British) scamper, run or move quickly, scuttle, scurry, (British) scurry, quick run or movement||scutter|
|(Chemistry, Physics) act of supersaturating; state of being supersaturated||supersaturation|
|(Colloquial) journey across the snow (esp. with dogs); command a team of dogs to set out or move faster (in Northwestern USA and Alaska); mash, make into mush, command to sled dogs, cooked cereal, dogsled trip, mash something, porridge, gruel; sentimen...||mush|
|(combination of the words campus and police) police force that patrols and guards the campus of Rice University (founded as William Marsh Rice Institute opened 1912 in Houston, Texas)||campos|
|(Computers) system in which various types of media are connected by a hypertext program so that users can move between them in a non-linear manner (the World Wide Web is one such system), multi-media hypertext system||hypermedia|
|(Electricity) capability of a circuit to generate an electromotive force; inductor, circuit or device in which an electromotive force can be generated, `:L, property of electric circuit||inductance|
|(Electricity, Physics) pertaining to ferromagnetism; exhibiting ferromagnetism, displaying ferromagnetism||ferromagnetic|
|(Jacques Etienne) inventor of the first practical hot-air balloon; name of a hot-air balloon using fire as a thrusting force||Montgolfier|
|(Latin) part of the phrase "de facto" (in practice, in fact)||facto|
|(Mathematics, Physics) quantity with magnitude and direction (represented by an arrow indicating its direction); (Biology) insect which carries diseases, means of disease transfer; route of a plane, change thrust direction of aircraft engine, computer ...||vector|
|(Mathematics, Physics) quantity with magnitude and no direction, of or pertaining to a scalar, quantity with magnitude but not direction||scalar|
|(new zealand) supernatural force or power, magical ability, supernatural powers (Polynesian, appears also in the game "Dungeons and Dragons")||mana|
|(Photography) move a camera up and down on a camera pedestal||ped|
|(Physics) deuteron (positively charged particle made up of a proton and a neutron)||deuton|
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