Definition of Deflexion. Meaning of Deflexion. Synonyms of Deflexion

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Definition of Deflexion

Deflexion
Deflexion De*flex"ion, n. See Deflection.

Meaning of Deflexion from wikipedia

- Deflection or deflexion may refer to: Deflection (chess), a tactic that forces an opposing chess piece to leave a square Khet (game), formerly Deflexion, an Egyptian-themed...
- Deflexion is a diachronic linguistic process in inflectional languages typified by the degeneration of the inflectional structure of a language. All members...
- abstract strategy board game that uses lasers, and was formerly known as Deflexion. Players take turns moving Egyptian-themed pieces around the playing field...
- experiments, he observed that a junction of dissimilar metals produces a deflexion on a magnetic needle (comp****) when exposed to a temperature gradient...
- inflected because of their temporal proximity to Proto-Indo-European. Deflexion has caused modern versions of some Indo-European languages that were previously...
- each predicate is a catena. Adposition Analytic language Compound verb Deflexion (linguistics) Dependency grammar "periphrasis | Definition of periphrasis...
- Latin, Proto-Slavic and Sanskrit. Some of this difference is due to deflexion, featured by a loss of tenses present in Proto-Indo-European. For example...
- FL Da Vinci's Challenge Ingenious Loot Niagara Zendo 2006 Portland, OR Deflexion (now called "Khet") Hive Keesdrow Pentago Wits and Wagers 2007 Pittsburgh...
- Allegra Vernon Outset Media Games 2006 Deflexion (aka Khet) Luke Hooper, Michael Larson, and Del Segura Deflexion 2006 Hive John Yianni Smart Zone Games...
- proposed by Rutherford in the 1911 paper.: 304  In a 1913 paper, The Laws of Deflexion of α Particles through Large Angles, Geiger and Marsden describe a series...