Definition of Edacities
1. edacity [n] - See also: edacity
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Edacities
Literary usage of Edacities
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Principles of Physics, Or Natural Philosophy: Designed for the Use of by Benjamin Silliman (1869)
"If the bodies are perfectly elastic and equal, they mill interchange edacities by impact. Making я = m', and • =• 1 in (e) and (d), p- = i(u + «') + i(« ..."
2. Principles of Contract at Law and in Equity: Being a Treatise on the General by Frederick Pollock (1876)
"... edacities of corporations are limited and habili- ' Hanoi COT- (i) l>y natural possibility, ie, hy tho fact that they are I'"™!'"!1 . artificial and not ..."
3. The Code of Civil Procedure of the State of New York by New York (State). (1896)
"... edacities, all of w 1. Where the complaint sets forth a cause of action agi him in both capacities, or states facts, which render it ..."
4. Spons' Dictionary of Engineering, Civil, Mechanical, Military, and Naval by Edward Spon, Oliver Byrne (1870)
"The arrangement of the formula shows the general mode in which gases flow, and further points out that, 1st. The edacities arc proportional to the square ..."
5. Journal of the Society of Arts by Society of Arts (Great Britain) (1866)
"Did the Committee of Council on edacities maintain the classes?—No : they made no grant, bat they advertised Mr. Hullah and his system in a thousand w»ys- ..."
6. Experimental Researches Into the Properties and Motions of Fluids, with by William Ford Stanley (1881)
"... free currents will have a tendency to be constantly directed towards t/te planes of resistance, with edacities which are as the directive forces of ..."