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Strength

Meanings and phrases

strength

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n.
  1. the property of being physically or mentally strong
  2. capability in terms of personnel and materiel that affect the capacity to fight a war; military capability; military strength; military posture; posture
  3. physical energy or intensity; force; forcefulness
  4. an asset of special worth or utility; forte; strong suit; long suit; metier; specialty; speciality; strong point
  5. the amount of energy transmitted (as by acoustic or electromagnetic radiation); intensity; intensity level
  6. the power to induce the taking of a course of action or the embracing of a point of view by means of argument or entreaty; persuasiveness
  7. capacity to produce strong physiological or chemical effects; potency; effectiveness
  8. permanence by virtue of the power to resist stress or force; lastingness; durability; enduringness
  9. the condition of financial success

field strength

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n.
  1. the vector sum of all the forces exerted by an electrical or magnetic field (on a unit mass or unit charge or unit magnetic pole) at a given point in the field; field intensity
E.g.
  • It has a maximum magnetic field strength of at the surface.
  • (2009) list it as an Am star with an average field strength of .
  • By, changing the field strength, one can tune radius of tip to 20 nm.

field strength unit

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n.
  1. an electromagnetic unit of magnetic intensity

magnetic field strength

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n.
  1. the amount of magnetic flux in a unit area perpendicular to the direction of magnetic flow; magnetic intensity; magnetic induction; magnetic flux density

military strength

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n.
  1. capability in terms of personnel and materiel that affect the capacity to fight a war; military capability; strength; military posture; posture
E.g.
  • After the debacle, Sun found that the revolution needed its own military strength.
  • Various sources and estimates put Pagan's military strength anywhere between 30,000 and 60,000 men.
  • The Greek ambassador Megasthenes chronicled its military strength and dominance of the Ganges delta.

pillar of strength

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n.
  1. a person who can be relied on to give a great deal of support and comfort; tower of strength

tensile strength

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n.
  1. the strength of material expressed as the greatest longitudinal stress it can bear without tearing apart
E.g.
  • Type I collagen gives bone its tensile strength.
  • A single quartz fiber can have a tensile strength of .
  • The result is fibers with higher specific tensile strength than steel.

tower of strength

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n.
  1. a person who can be relied on to give a great deal of support and comfort; pillar of strength

physical strength

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E.g.
  • Godzilla is shown to possess immense physical strength and muscularity.
  • Her physical strength allowed her to hold the "uhadi" for long periods of time.
  • Erasmus saw him as a dim, brutal man who preferred physical strength to wisdom.

full strength

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E.g.
  • At the summer of 1943, the network was at its full strength.
  • It totalled around 26,000 men at full strength, consisting of:
  • Now at full strength, Caesar felt confident to take the fight to Pompey.

superhuman strength

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E.g.
  • Lou receives superhuman strength and intelligence.
  • He is one of the Lords of Magic and possesses superhuman strength.
  • The Lion goddess possessed superhuman strength and durability, and she was immortal.

great strength

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E.g.
  • Therefore, Bovril indicates great strength obtained from an ox.
  • He has great strength and athleticism, as well as good technical ability.
  • By arranging the planking in the way described, great strength was obtained."

signal strength

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E.g.
  • Devices with a cellular radio also show the signal strength on said taskbar.
  • "Modulation", in general electronics, means the altering of signal strength.
  • The effect can increase the received signal strength to above that of noise jamming.

strength and conditioning

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E.g.
  • offerings such as strength and conditioning.
  • It was announced Ally now works as a strength and conditioning coach.
  • Pitino and newly hired strength and conditioning coach Rock Oliver instituted an intensive conditioning program.

high strength

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E.g.
  • However, high strength adhesives have high surface energy.
  • The bridge's main towers are made from high strength concrete.
  • This makes it perfect for high strength and wear applications (e.g.

total strength

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E.g.
  • The fleet's total strength decreased by 40 percent.
  • RAID has a total strength of around 450 men and women, approx.
  • The total strength of the Mobile Battalions was envisioned in 5,000 Carabinieri.

strength to strength

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E.g.
  • MCN continued from strength to strength.
  • Chu then went from strength to strength, and eventually opened a department store.
  • Meanwhile, March was going from strength to strength in Formula Two and Formula Three.

strength training

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E.g.
  • Swimming is a common tool used in strength training.
  • Gary Jones created Hammer Strength strength training machines.
  • weight and strength training.

up to strength

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E.g.
  • The donor units were then brought back up to strength by drafts.
  • They remained at Salonika, where during 1916 they were built up to strength again.
  • In 1864, he returned to Pennsylvania again to help bring the regiment up to strength.

hurricane strength

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E.g.
  • On average around 9 tropical storms form each year, with 5 reaching hurricane strength.
  • The wind can cause heavy storms with winds of hurricane strength and top speeds of up to .
  • On October 16, King reached hurricane strength while the passing between Jamaica and the Cayman Islands.

size and strength

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E.g.
  • Spies can then return information such as the size and strength of enemy forces.
  • The MNLA failed to resurge to the size and strength as it was during the Malayan Emergency.
  • The size and strength of the VMA determine the variety of resulting pathologies or symptoms.

yield strength

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E.g.
  • Diamond has compressive yield strength of 130–140GPa.
  • Their yield strength is between without heat treatment.
  • The number after the point is the multiplier ratio of yield strength to ultimate tensile strength.

storm strength

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E.g.
  • Tropical disturbances are named upon reaching moderate tropical storm strength.
  • A tropical disturbance is named when it reaches moderate tropical storm strength.
  • Due to the storm's small size, it quickly weakened to tropical storm strength later that day.

peak strength

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E.g.
  • The unit later reached a peak strength of 350 in February 1923.
  • Then, after four hours, Parma rapidly strengthened to a Category 4 super typhoon, reaching its peak strength.
  • The number of combat aircraft stationed in Southeast Asia was less than half that of its peak strength in 1968–1969.

tropical storm strength

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E.g.
  • Tropical disturbances are named upon reaching moderate tropical storm strength.
  • A tropical disturbance is named when it reaches moderate tropical storm strength.
  • Due to the storm's small size, it quickly weakened to tropical storm strength later that day.

muscle strength

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E.g.
  • Skating was her therapy to regain muscle strength.
  • They also tend to have increased muscle strength.
  • Exercise often focuses on improving muscle strength, endurance and flexibility.

greatest strength

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E.g.
  • The Byrd Organization's greatest strength was in the rural areas of the state.
  • Kirkus Reviews describes "the book's greatest strength" are "the fully-realized characters ...
  • The music, in particular, was described as "the greatest strength of the movie" and his background score as "excellent".

mechanical strength

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E.g.
  • Gold is not used in its pure form as is too soft and has poor mechanical strength.
  • Antimony forms a highly useful alloy with lead, increasing its hardness and mechanical strength.
  • This step not only increased the mechanical strength of the axe, but also made penetration of wood easier.

strength and durability

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E.g.
  • Sideways also has super strength and durability as well.
  • The Lion goddess possessed superhuman strength and durability, and she was immortal.
  • There is no iron in ironstone; its name is derived from its notable strength and durability.

greater strength

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E.g.
  • Afterward, the tornado lost intensity, after having maintained F4 or greater strength for more than .
  • Although both metals are very soft and ductile, the resulting aluminium alloy will have much greater strength.
  • Borosilicate glass is desired for its greater strength and thermal shock resistance than ordinary soda lime glass.

strength of character

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E.g.
  • This great strength of character was cause for their new nickname: "les Costauds" (the strong, or the tough).
  • It is bad enough if we have to put up with these because they reveal a lack of strength of character that is liable to distort the results of their work.
  • Haggart was highly regarded for her strength of character, persistence and activism for women's rights, her career as a lecturer, as well her publication of the "Women's Tribune."

authorized strength

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E.g.
  • Meanwhile, on 14 May the Group moved to Tucson, where it grew to a third of its authorized strength.
  • During World War I the authorized strength of the Coast Defenses of Chesapeake Bay was 17 companies, including five from the Virginia National Guard.
  • The Korean War and an honor scandal in 1951 led to a decline in admissions, so that by 1954, only 67% of the Academy's authorized strength was filled.

relative strength

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E.g.
  • The relative strength of these two forces depends on which way the eye is looking.
  • The market shows its relative strength or weakness according to the angle it is above or below.
  • Their common factor is the relative strength of the planets and their houses by ownership, occupation or aspect.

gained strength

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E.g.
  • The Muslim league gained strength of popularity in Hazara under his apt leadership.
  • However, during the reelection period, the opposition group in the party gained strength.
  • During the next two years, the Marabouts gained strength, despite ostensibly losing Sabbajee.

super strength

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E.g.
  • Sideways also has super strength and durability as well.
  • During this period, Rogers temporarily gains super strength.
  • Roger possesses super strength and is hence the team's muscle.

shear strength

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E.g.
  • A solid is a deformable body that possesses shear strength, "sc."
  • Stability is determined by the balance of shear stress and shear strength.
  • Usually, the properties modified are shear strength, stiffness, and permeability.

compressive strength

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E.g.
  • But pozzolanic reacted cement has lower compressive strength at 15 MPa maximum.
  • Concrete has relatively high compressive strength, but much lower tensile strength.
  • The typical compressive strength is around 1 MPa, around 1/20 that of residential grade concrete.

inner strength

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E.g.
  • However, this exterior hides an inner strength that crops up when needed.
  • More importantly, Robinson possessed the inner strength to handle the inevitable abuse to come.
  • Deeply ashamed by the rejection, Tina overcomes her embarrassment and hurt and finds an unknown inner strength.

ionic strength

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E.g.
  • However, "K" will vary with ionic strength.
  • "K" varies with variation in ionic strength and/or temperature.
  • "K" varies with ionic strength, temperature and pressure (or volume).
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