flux

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  • Info FLuX aka John Malloy (born September 19, 1975) is an American fine artist, illustrator, designer, and sequential artist. more...
  • By setting the three fluxes equal to each other, each may be found.
  • Several of our men died about this time of fluxes and other diseases. Cited from General History and Collection of Voyages and Travels, Volume IX, Kerr
  • Not only India but the whole world was in a state of flux.
  • The English language was in flux due to the influence from other languages.
  • Yet, at a popular level, religion in England was still in a state of flux.
  • The situation has been described as being in a "state of flux".
  • The school's performance in sports has been in constant flux.
  • Heat flux is the difference in temperature between two points through which the heat passes.
  • Serving the latter purposes require much more luminous flux and thus more power.
  • Fluxes may have more than one function at a time.
  • For a non-uniform electric field, the electric flux through a small surface area is given by.
  • Fluxes are generally selected based on their performance on particular base metals.
  • However, his declining offensive performance put his status with the club in flux.
  • Then, if the total flux is known, the field itself can be deduced at every point.
  • Freight car design was still in flux in the early part of the 20th century.
  • At that time, the political system was in flux as new parties evolved.
  • The total number of active federal judges is constantly in flux, for two reasons.
  • However, the leaders of the team still remained in flux.
  • Flux used has to be kept dry as well.
  • She will be fluxed in two months, and they'll be parted in a year. Cited from The Journal to Stella, Jonathan Swift
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Meaning of flux

  • noun The rate of flow of energy or particles across a given surface
  • noun A flow or discharge
  • noun A substance added to molten metals to bond with impurities that can then be readily removed
  • noun Excessive discharge of liquid from a cavity or organ (as in watery diarrhea)
  • noun A state of uncertainty about what should be done (usually following some important event) preceding the establishment of a new direction of action
    the flux following the death of the emperor
  • noun In constant change
    his opinions are in flux, the newness and flux of the computer industry