“-- To obtain great elevations a fine wire (piano wire 1/32 inch in diameter) is generally used, but to protect the user against electric shocks the wire must be connected with an "earthed" terminal, on the principle of the lightning conductor.”
“A, and the whole of the inside and outside of the tube walls are coated with metal, D, D, and "earthed" so as to carry away the positive electricity as rapidly as possible, then it is seen that the molecules leaving the negative pole and striking upon the idle pole,”
“During strong magnetic periods she has been advised to grip the kitchen taps as they are 'earthed'.”
“Speaking of which, maybe that guy should be re-earthed.”
“I Google earthed the location and it is a mixed use area off of I-10.”
“Unfortunately, his microphone was badly earthed; the resulting explosion left the pastor floating belly up and melted the microphone.”
“But rising above his cast of villains and eccentrics, including a countess who had earthed over her ballroom and grew vegetables there, was a tender portrait of the old lawyer, Lattarullo.”
“The cloudbuster is a set of hollow tubes pointing to the sky and "earthed" by a connection to water.”
“To make up for their brutal deaths in the bullrings of Spain, the "toros bravos" are given free rein during their lives to roam vast acres of the red-earthed land, a practice that encourages wolves, lynx and other wildlife to flourish by keeping humans away.”
“The magic bounced off Jamie and earthed itself harmlessly in the ground at his feet.”
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