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fluence definition

  • noun:
    • Fluency.
    • A measure of particle flux (or that of a pulse of electromagnetic radiation).
    • Fluency.
    • A measure of particle flux (or that a pulse of electromagnetic radiation).
    • A magical or mysterious force; hypnotic power; energy.
    • A magical or mystical force; hypnotic energy; energy.
    • Fluency.
    • A flowing; a stream.
    • Fluency.
    • Fluency.
    • Fluency.
    • A measure of particle flux (or that of a pulse of electromagnetic radiation).
    • A magical or mystical power; hypnotic energy; power.
    • Fluency.
    • A flowing; a stream.
    • Fluency.
    • Fluency.
    • A measure of particle flux (or that a pulse of electromagnetic radiation).
    • A magical or mystical power; hypnotic power; power.
    • Fluency.
    • A flowing; a stream.
    • Fluency.
    • A flowing; a stream.
    • Fluency.
    • Fluency.
    • Fluency.
    • A measure of particle flux (or compared to a pulse of electromagnetic radiation).
    • A measure of particle flux (or that of a pulse of electromagnetic radiation).
    • A magical or mysterious power; hypnotic power; energy.
    • A magical or mysterious force; hypnotic power; energy.
    • Fluency.
    • Fluency.
    • A flowing; a stream.
    • A flowing; a stream.
    • Fluency.
    • Fluency.
    • Fluency.
    • A measure of particle flux (or that of a pulse of electromagnetic radiation).
    • Fluency.
    • A measure of particle flux (or that a pulse of electromagnetic radiation).
    • A magical or mystical force; hypnotic power; energy.
    • Fluency.
    • A flowing; a stream.
    • Fluency.
    • Fluency.
    • A measure of particle flux (or compared to a pulse of electromagnetic radiation).
    • A magical or mysterious force; hypnotic power; energy.
    • Fluency.
    • A flowing; a stream.
    • Fluency.
    • Fluency.
    • A measure of particle flux (or that of a pulse of electromagnetic radiation).
    • Fluency.
    • A measure of particle flux (or that of a pulse of electromagnetic radiation).
    • A magical or mystical power; hypnotic power; energy.
    • Fluency.
    • A flowing; a stream.
    • Fluency.
    • Fluency.
    • A magical or mystical force; hypnotic energy; power.
    • A measure of particle flux (or compared to a pulse of electromagnetic radiation).
    • A magical or mystical force; hypnotic power; power.
    • Fluency.
    • Fluency.
    • A magical or mysterious force; hypnotic energy; power.
    • A flowing; a stream.
    • Fluency.
    • A flowing; a stream.
    • Fluency.
    • A flowing; a stream.
    • Fluency.
    • Fluency.
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