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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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For manuscripts associated with Henry, see Janet Backhouse, "Founders of the Royal Library: Edward IV and Henry VII as Collectors of Illuminated Manuscripts," in England in the Fifteenth Century: Proceedings of the 1986 Harlaxton Symposium, ed.
He argues that notions of sacred kingship fostered by Henry VII and the royal supremacy over the Church of England instituted by Henry VIII allowed English Protestants to replace the real presence of Christ in the Eucharist with a sacred royal presence that bound the ruler to church and people in a new communion.
Under the rule of the great Tudor monarchs Henry VII, Henry VIII, and Elizabeth I, the English nation grew and prospered, emerging in the seventeenth century as a major European power, the economic and military rival of both France and Spain.
Editors Lake, Lehmann, and Wells present students, academics, researchers, and general interest readers with a collection of academic papers and scholarly articles that provide an overview ShakespeareAEs plays King John and Henry VII.
Cecily outlived both kings and survived to see her granddaughter, Elizabeth of York, marry Henry VII, first sovereign of the house of Tudor.
Debate still rages - or perhaps murmurs - over the so-called Paradise State Bed but there are those who swear it belonged to Henry VII, the first of the Tudor kings, and his wife, Elizabeth of York.
Wales should never be regarded as being conquered, as the LAST battle between England and Wales was at Bosworth Field 1485, where Harri Tudur, after gathering Welsh support on his march through Wales, defeated Richard III and became Henry VII.
The Richard III Society is spinning this as an opportunity to rehabilitate their hero and implicitly do down his nemesis, the Welshman Henry Tudor, crowned Henry VII after defeating Richard at Bosworth.
Roses, with Lancastrian opponent Henry Tudor installed on the throne as Henry VII.
The great wardrobe accounts of Henry VII and Henry VIII.
1483: The date the two young princes, the uncrowned Edward V and his brother Richard, Duke of York, are believed to have been murdered in the Tower of London - most probably by their uncle Richard III or on his orders, though a minority view holds Henry VII responsible.
They saw the disinterred, desiccated remains of Queen Catherine of Valois, who had been on display in a chest since her grandson, Henry VII, pulled down the chapel where she was buried.