Noun(1) (physics(2) movement downward resulting from gravitational attraction(3) a figurative movement toward some attraction
(1) Her stage work was largely overshadowed by her work in films, but in both arenas she will be remembered for her intensity, her gravitation towards extreme roles and her firm commitment to those roles.(2) His gravitation towards people and things that expand his horizons is absolutely inspiring.(3) Her gravitation towards Italy and Italian culture functions as a kind replacement for the personal and cultural decimation she has witnessed as the daughter and niece of Holocaust victims.(4) We know this difference especially when we look at the discovery of universal physical principles, as, for example, Kepler's discovery of universal gravitation .(5) Overall, there's been a gravitation towards rootsy instruments and old-timey songs.(6) How do we battle the gravitation toward happy consensus that paralyzes our national debate?(7) Newton explicitly rejected the idea that gravitation , or any other force, be essential to matter.(8) It's almost as though we believe our society is caught up in some kind of unstoppable gravitation towards more consumption, more production, more alienation.(9) According to many experts, however, the move is both a symptom of changing retail trends and a long expected gravitation towards the store's natural born market.(10) Yes, that's speculative but if there was more than one fellow involved within a timeframe of several weeks, a purposeful gravitation towards the one adjudged superior on some level seems a reasonable possibility.(11) the law of universal gravitation(12) I feel a sudden gravitation towards this young man and follow him to the side of the park where he sits glaring at the protesters.(13) He introduced this in 1817 in his study of a problem of Kepler of determining the motion of three bodies moving under mutual gravitation .(14) Why do you feel there isn't a mass gravitation towards positive messages in hip hop?(15) Newton had deduced from his theory of gravitation that the Earth would be flattened at the poles.(16) Perhaps gravitation toward his approach depends more on your sensibility than his.
1. gravity ::
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