American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- abbr. maxwell.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. The symbol for the maxwell, a cgs unit of magnetic flux.
- n. a cgs unit of magnetic flux equal to the flux perpendicular to an area of 1 square centimeter in a magnetic field of 1 gauss
“Usually, but not always, the slightly higher voltage in Mx is no big deal.”
“I knew that Sky was the only authorized satellite system legal in Mx and that I would have to somehow see that my dish and receiver boxes found their way to my casa here.”
“I had no idea anything this progressive and comon sense with measureable, indesputable results were being implimented in Mx and studied or copied by other parts of the world.”
“Quick follow-up: The automatic generators are sold under different brand names all over Mexico, but not near P.V. We haven't contacted Home Depot yet, but should be able to get what we need from a dealer in Mx City. thanks again.”
“Highway 15 from Nogales, Mx is a toll road and quite safe.”
“Folks learn Spanish, I found that by doing so, often I can get a better price in Mx, than the English only speaking Gringo.”
“As for your Costco membership card being honored in Mx I feel certain that it will be.”
“Regardless of what I've read on the Mexico forums one will never convince me that the level of expertise is the same here in Mx as in the US.”
“Fungicidal Treatments - Seeds can be soaked overnight in Delsene Mx or Captan at 2.5 q/li of water.”
“Soak the seeds overnight the fungicidal solution (Delsene Mx or Captan) before sowing.”
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