inertness : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • n  immobility by virtue of being inert

  • It has thus created a spectrum of uses for rare gases whose inertness, heavy atomic weights and unique electrical properties make them invaluable servants: argon for welding .
  • But I suspect that the director, Lajos Koltai, a Hungarian, has even more to do with the film's inertness.
  • If you needed a snapshot of the balance of forces in this civilizational struggle taking place in France, consider only the incomprehension and inertness of the official French .

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