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Synonyms for magnetize

to direct or impel to oneself by some quality or action

Synonyms for magnetize

attract strongly, as if with a magnet

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Since, as Gregory observed, `nothing is so easy as for the magnetiser to render himself ...
Cross magnetism was interference due to the influence of more than one operator, which, as magnetism was not necessarily intentional, could occur whenever someone exerted `without knowing it, an influence on the subject, stronger than that of his magnetiser, which is thus neutralised' (p.
Bunting Magnetics is a leader in the supply of magnets, technical magnetic assemblies, and magnetisers. Tidi-Cable is a leading manufacturer and distributor of heavy-duty cable management products in the UK.
James Braid began experiments on animal magnetism as a medical cure and found that he was able to repeat some of the successes of the magnetisers. In 1843, he published his findings in the book Neurypnology, in which he made an attempt to distance his scientific practice from that of the unregulated magnetisers.
It was hoped that the new term "hypnotisme" would permit scientists to extract those respectable aspects of magnetism and distinguish them as worthy of serious attention without attaching to themselves the dubious claims of the magnetisers and their "cures." Twenty-four years later, the need for such a terminological distinction was still felt, as articulated by Paul Janet, defining "l'hypnotisme lui-meme" as "cette partie du magnetisme qui parait avoir une valeur scientifique serieuse et digne d'examen" (100).
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