- n. Plural form of magnet.
“The word magnets went up on the refrigerator—and throughout the night, Mr. Kapell's friends kept stealing back to the kitchen to scramble the lyrics.”
“Even if all the projects come online, it's no guarantee the rare earths supply problem will be solved, said Gary Billingsley, executive chairman of Great Western Minerals Group Ltd., a Canadian producer of rare earths used in magnets, motors and other defense applications.”
“Barring a tie, one of these controversy magnets is going to win, the other will lose, and no matter which side you're on, you're never going to hear the end of it.”
“Samarium, used in magnets for items such as headphones and carbon arc lights for the film industry, cost $4. 25-$4.75; now it is $34-35.”
“He bought thirty magnets from the hardware store, salted them, and aligned them all in a very unique and specific way on a chunk of stolen chain-link fence.”
“According to Cool Tools, the best source for Neodymium Iron Boron (NIB) super magnets is "Mr. George the SuperMagnetMan.”
“I also think that wee tiny bits of nifty artwork by the bride and Star Wars magnets from the groom are just about the best wedding favors ever.”
“I sent Tanner magnets from the Adirondacks and shared his story with my office.”
“He also knew that if you spin magnets around a coil of wire (or spin a coil of wire inside a magnetic field), a current is generated in the wire.”
“* I run my fingers across the word magnets until the smooth surface and sage words bring my senses back to the here and now.”
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