Definition of Conductions
1. conduction [n] - See also: conduction
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Literary usage of Conductions
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Sub-mechanics of the Universe by Osborne Reynolds, Royal Society (Great Britain) (1903)
"The probable inequalities in the conductions resulting from an encounter, having the normals in the direction of x, are obtained by substituting the ..."
2. The Institutes of Justinian by Justinian, Thomas Cooper, George Harris (1841)
"V. Conductor omnia secun- diim legem conductions facere debet; et, ... jure in conductions suc- cedit. 36 § 6. If the hirer die before the time of hiring be ..."