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fluxion

/flux·ion/ (fluk´shun) a flowing; especially an abnormal or excessive flow of fluid to a part.

fluxion,

n a homeopathic process by which a liquid potency is created with injected water, thus producing the potentizing effect in the liquid remedy. Also called
continuous fluxion.
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Cajori, A history of the conceptions of limits and fluxions in Great Britain from Newton toWoodhouse, Chicago, 1919.
The horizontal and vertical velocities, x' and y', he named the fluxion of the particle.
As opposed to Leibnizian differences, Knox notes, "the method of fluxions was intimately bound to Britons' understanding of God's omnipresence and dominion in the universe" (p.
The incessant fluxions of the handheld camera and the intricate plays of light bind often very short shots together in complex molecular units so that the autonomy of individual shots disappears.
results in her recognition that this fluxion, this self as object of its