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- adj. Relating to dynamometry.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Relating to a dynamometer, or to the measurement of force doing work.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Pertaining to or made with the aid of a dynamometer.
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M. Hagenbach's dynamometric measurements were made by the aid of a brake.
In children suspected of masturbation, dynamometric observations disclosed a notable diminution, to the extent even of one-half, when the children were not kept under constant observation and when other signs of masturbation existed; and in these cases experimental observation also showed a diminution of the power of attention.
Further, dynamometric records, taken from children six years of age, have shown that the grasp in girls is less powerful than in boys.
This helps us to understand why brain-workers so often excel laborers not only in sudden dynamometric strength test, but in sustained and long-enduring effort.
Another accessory included in the very expensive package is the dynamometric stylus for rewinding and time setting.
The Moniteur of April 25 and June 23, 1808, published two long articles on "the physical force of savage people," founded upon Peron's writings and his records of comparative dynamometric data.)
Vaschide and Vurpas state that dynamometric results are somewhat lower than normal during sexual excitement, and the variations greater. [