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Synonyms for joule

a unit of electrical energy equal to the work done when a current of one ampere passes through a resistance of one ohm for one second

English physicist who established the mechanical theory of heat and discovered the first law of thermodynamics (1818-1889)

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Joules also enjoyed a strong holiday trading period, with total retail sales up 19.
Joules, which listed on the AIM market last year, said this solid performance was set to continue into the new financial year, despite an "uncertain" economic climate.
Between 2013 and 2015, Joules increased revenue 50% to PS116.
The company highlights that hand-drawn floral prints are what Joules has become known for and they feature prominently on the 'Jess JO3029' style (pictured above).
Joules Storm Waterproof Floral Parka, PS130; Joules ; Harbour Navy Stripe Top, PS40
The deal with Joules forms part of LDC's continuing strategy to invest in regional mid-market businesses whilst backing high calibre management teams.
Also, I am not quite certain why "The energy created by the electrostatic discharge is measured in mega joules (one joule=6.
The CEAST 9310 is a table top tower capable of delivering 21 Joules of energy at 3.
While her Jane Bond spy/counterterrorism novel Olivia Joules and the Overactive Imagination went unappreciated by fans and critics alike--a typical fate for works of art ahead of their time--it demonstrates why Fielding has been such a successful postmodern impresario and multimedia trickster figure.
He said the Mercury diode-pumped laser has so far produced 34 Joules per pulse at 3.
Joules is a freelance journalist who often manages to make trouble for herself by imagining people and events, writing about them and then finding out she was wrong.
THE full title of this new novel by the Bridget Jones author is Olivia Joules and the Overactive Imagination but that's a description that belongs to Fielding herself as this somewhat confused tale stretches the definition of imagination.
Helen Fielding, bestselling author of 'Bridget Jones' Diary', releases her new novel and new heroine Olivia Joules on 7 November 2003.