Definition of Invertors

1. Noun. (plural of invertor) ¹



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Definition of Invertors

1. invertor [n] - See also: invertor

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Invertors

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inverted sugar
invertedly
inverter
inverters
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invertible matrices
invertible matrix
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inverting
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invertors (current term)
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investigatable

Literary usage of Invertors

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1. The Diagnosis of Nervous Diseases by James Purves-Stewart (1906)
"... and dorsiflexors of the ankle, with over-action of the invertors and calf muscles) stays on the ground too long, thereby scraping the front part of ..."

2. Differential and Integral Calculus: With Applications by George Greenhill (1891)
"Mechanical invertors and exact Parallel Motion. When P describes a given curve, the point Q can be made to describe an inverse curve by means of the ..."

3. Orthopedic Surgery for Practitioners by Henry Ling Taylor, Charles Ogilvy, Fred Houdlett Albee (1909)
"The exercises are to be practiced without shoes, and are designed to strengthen the adductors and invertors. They are as follows: (1) Walking with heels ..."

4. Birmingham Medical Review (1893)
"... unless, indeed, the relative over-action of the calf muscles, the extensor hallucis, and the invertors of the foot may be regarded as such. ..."

5. The Colonial Records of North Carolina by North Carolina, William Laurence Saunders (1886)
"... and a great prejudice to me giveing encouragement to invertors of lyes framed to hurt me, by the sett of vile and base men I have to deal with lyes have ..."

6. Demand-Side Management: Opportunities and Perspectives in the Asia-Pacific by International Energy Agency, Korea (South). Sanggong Chawŏnbu, Enŏji Kyŏngje Yŏnʼguwŏn (Korea) (1993)
"The incentives will be offered for both invertors and motors. The incentives will be calculated based on the energy savings of each individual installation. ..."

7. The Diagnosis of Nervous Diseases by James Purves-Stewart (1906)
"... and dorsiflexors of the ankle, with over-action of the invertors and calf muscles) stays on the ground too long, thereby scraping the front part of ..."

8. Differential and Integral Calculus: With Applications by George Greenhill (1891)
"Mechanical invertors and exact Parallel Motion. When P describes a given curve, the point Q can be made to describe an inverse curve by means of the ..."

9. Orthopedic Surgery for Practitioners by Henry Ling Taylor, Charles Ogilvy, Fred Houdlett Albee (1909)
"The exercises are to be practiced without shoes, and are designed to strengthen the adductors and invertors. They are as follows: (1) Walking with heels ..."

10. Birmingham Medical Review (1893)
"... unless, indeed, the relative over-action of the calf muscles, the extensor hallucis, and the invertors of the foot may be regarded as such. ..."

11. The Colonial Records of North Carolina by North Carolina, William Laurence Saunders (1886)
"... and a great prejudice to me giveing encouragement to invertors of lyes framed to hurt me, by the sett of vile and base men I have to deal with lyes have ..."

12. Demand-Side Management: Opportunities and Perspectives in the Asia-Pacific by International Energy Agency, Korea (South). Sanggong Chawŏnbu, Enŏji Kyŏngje Yŏnʼguwŏn (Korea) (1993)
"The incentives will be offered for both invertors and motors. The incentives will be calculated based on the energy savings of each individual installation. ..."

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