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- adv. In an electric manner; by means of electricity.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In the manner of electricity, or by means of it; thrillingly.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In the manner of electricity, or by means of it; as regards electricity.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. by electricity
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This animal is extremely tiny, and so it's very hard to get an electrode to record electrically from a nerve cell.
"The late 60s are gone, but Godard's concerns remain electrically pertinent."
"Do the have electric faucet heads". abq, are you talking about faucets that can be turned on and off electrically from a distant point?
The DoE has announced a high-speed data-transfer that runs on drillpipe, through "a 4-inch diameter steel pipe immersed in electrically conductive mud at pressures up to 1000 atmospheres, temperatures up to 150 deg C, and with vibrational accelerations of hundreds of g's:"
Huxley joined Hodgkin at the Marine Biological Laboratory at Plymouth for his first introduction to research, and they succeeded in recording electrically from the inside of the squid giant axon.
So-called electrically pumped lasers are more efficient and useful than their optically pumped counterparts.
Like race of light too, electric waves can be selectively stopped by various substances, which are "electrically" coloured.
Miriam, and all the promised sweetness of life with her half-planned, when something came to pass abruptly that threw his will and all his little calculations into a dark chaos of amazement where, by a kind of electrically swift reaction, he realized that the one true, possible and right thing for him was this very love he was about to cast aside.
As a result, parts such as electrically erasable programmable read only memory, or laser diodes can be hard to source.
Some five decades later, American telegrams began to make stop a familiar word in electrically transmitted messages.