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maxwell

An obsolete, non-SI (International System) unit of magnetic flux, equal to 10-8 weber.

maxwell

(mak′swel)
[James Clerk Maxwell, Scottish physicist and mathematician, 1831–1879]
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Mx

A unit of magnetic flux equal to the flux per square centimeter in an area where the magnetic induction equals one gauss.

Maxwell,

James Laidlaw, Taiwanese physician, 1836-1921.
maxwell - magnetic flux unit.
MacLean-Maxwell disease - see under MacLean
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Roughly 2,000 recently unsealed court documents reveal allegations from a 2015 defamation lawsuit brought forward by Virginia Roberts Giuffre, 36, who claimed that she was groomed by Epstein and Maxwell to be a "sex slave," both for Epstein himself and for numerous other high-profile men.
While socially inept Epstein provided Ms Maxwell the lifestyle she loved, she offered him the connections he craved including the likes of Prince Andrew who has always been dazzled by rich acquaintances.
His lifestyle was on a par with the one enjoyed by Maxwell as she grew up as the favourite child of her father.
When Maxwell heard, he sent a text message saying "al put this blade straight through that scatty *** lee".
Maxwell Place is a joint venture between Toll Brothers and Pinnacle Downtown.
The directors and certain officers of Maxwell and I2BF Energy Ltd.
One of the reasons Maxwell joined the JROTC program, he said, was the positive influence his father had on him and a desire to emulate his character.
"Maxwell Place is a unique project that brings diversity to the Hoboken waterfront, and 1000 Maxwell Lane is an important final component of the project," said Henry Waller, vice president of Toll Brothers City Living.
For the past two years, the 30-year-old Maxwell has been coming at number seven to bat and has been given the role of a finisher.
The Russian company is the minority shareholder in Maxwell, a spokesperson of Rusnano confirmed to TASS.
Maxwell uses this term as Pareto Principle and concedes that the use of this law increases the leadership ability in the form of levels (Borner, 2012).
Members heard from pastpresident Alan Hanlin about the region's most famous scientist - James Clerk Maxwell.