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- adj. Impervious to the effect of a magnetic field; resistant to magnetization.
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- adj. unable to be magnetized; unaffected by a magnetic field
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- adj. impervious to the effects of a magnetic field; resistant to magnetization
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It was like an antimagnetic thing, and I was a piece of metal.
Sanyo Fashions 'new raincoat sports purpose-built, antimagnetic-shielded pockets for cellphones, PDAs, plane tix, shades, wallets, etc -- all labelled for clarity.
The double-barreled handgun simultaneously fired a thermo-beam along with a stream of antimagnetic plastic bullets.
However there were disadvantages to such a 'hardened' field structure when under attack by high-impact antimagnetic missiles.
By the ingenious means of using antimagnetic missiles Rhodan succeeded in breaking down the protective body screens of the Antis and invading their fortress.
"At any rate," said Smith, "we know that the confounded stuff isn't antimagnetic, whatever it is."
It's waterproof, anti-shock, antimagnetic and colourfast.
There's also the ecru-stitched black leather band with (decorative) rivets, matte-finished case (a shiny case is bad in a plane, the reflections are distracting), as well as the invisible antimagnetic case and dial.
Thus, if you move slowly and carefully, the spheres will just kind of roll along the "antimagnetic field," as it were.
The residents are antimagnetic, as are Gallagher's colleagues Drs. Belle and Hayden-Jones.