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- n. Plural form of magnetic field.
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Yeasay ... the magnetic fields are stronger now, too. — "Look, it's slicing around the axis." —
The Electrobiology Seminar discusses electrical and magnetic fields and teaches students to measure and reduce the effects of EMFs.
Girders shimmered around her, the magnetic fields straining under tons of ancient metal.
To Shibo he said, "Can Argo analyze the magnetic fields near that thing?"
Hoverboards needed metal below them to fly, but too many magnetic fields made them shivery.
There a pattern of curves that might be the magnetic fields in a Bussard ramjet ...