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Hen·ry

(hen'rē),
James Paget, 20th-century U.S. physiologist. See: Henry-Gauer response.

Hen·ry

(hen'rē),
Joseph, U.S. physicist, 1797-1878. See: Dalton-Henry law.

Hen·ry

(hen'rē),
William, British chemist, 1774-1836. See: Henry law.

hen·ry (H),

(hen'rē),
The unit of electrical inductance, when 1 V is induced by a change in current of 1 ampere/sec.
[Joseph Henry]

henry

/hen·ry/ (H) (hen´re) the SI unit of electric inductance, equivalent to one weber per ampere.

henry (H)

Etymology: Joseph Henry, American physicist, 1797-1878
an International System unit of electrical inductance equal to 1 volt-second per ampere.

hen·ry

(H) (hen'rē)
The unit of electrical inductance, when 1 volt is induced by a change in current of 1 ampere/second.
[Joseph Henry]
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The abbot at this time was a strong partisan of Henry III and his son Prince Edward in their struggles against the barons who wanted to reform the government.
Henry III entered the royal pantheon as "martyred king" whose death triumphantly made Henry IV the divinely chosen savior of France.
I have found an ancient document wherein King Henry III had decreed a huge piece of land and buildings in that area to a man called Daniel (the original family name).
The maravedi of Aphonsus XI was worth seventeen of ours; that of Henry II, eleven; that of John I, ten; that of Henry III, five; that of John II, two-and-a-half.
The king's "competition" with Louis IX has already been mentioned, but it would be unfair not to remark on the genuine piety of Henry III.
Dole's sole royal link is to Henry III, who ruled England from 1227 to 1272.
3) At the end of the play, an unnamed friar stabs Henry III with the cry 'Sancte Jacobe, now have mercy on me
He received his training in the court of Henry III, duke of Brabant, at Louvain; after his patron's death in 1261, his fortunes wavered until in 1268 or 1269 he entered the service of Guy of Dampierre, heir to the county of Flanders, as principal minstrel (whence his title roi--i.
Henry III (1551-1589) had no direct heirs, and his second cousin, Henry of Navarre (1553-1610), was the logical successor.
This coincided first with the revolt of the Norman-English barons, (appropriately so-called after some 150 years in England), which produced the Magna Carta, (Great Charter), and then with the reign of Henry III, the first wholly English king since before the conquest.
Handsome, ambitious, recklessly brave, and often impetuous; his vacillating policy was born of his personal contempt for Henry III and a real respect for the Valois dynasty; much of his influence stemmed from his popularity, particularly among the citizens of Paris.
England was divided by civil war as King Henry III, who had been on the throne for 50 years, fought against some leading nobles, who wanted to curb his power.