deflexion


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the amount by which a propagating wave is bent

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the movement of the pointer or pen of a measuring instrument from its zero position

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the property of being bent or deflected

a turning aside (of your course or attention or concern)

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Unlike bulky, hard-armor systems, Deflexion provides silicone-based textile technologies that are very comfortable to wear in terms of fit, freedom of movement and temperature control.
Depending on the refractive index the deflexion with different angles occurs.
The two most important seem to be deflexion and syntactic lexicalization.
Flowing, or congealing, its substance is here repelled, there attracted, unresistingly to its place, and its languid sinuosities follow the clefts of the rock that contains them, in servile deflexion and compulsory cohesion, impotently calculable, and cold.
The important modern technique of mass spectrometry was significantly enhanced by Frederick Lossing in the years after World War II, with his construction of a 90 degree deflexion Nier-type mass spectrometer to "analyse the products of the photodecomposition of hydrocarbons and organic compounds generally.
This biogeographical barrier has been variously called the Northern Peruvian Low, the Huancabamba Deflexion, the Piura Divide, and the Huancabamba Depression.