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Definitions of earns in various dictionaries:
verb - earn on some commercial or business transaction
verb - acquire or deserve by one's efforts or actions
verb - to gain or deserve for one's labor or service
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|Possible Crossword Clues|
|Takes home, as salary|
|Isn't just given|
|Pulls down, so to speak|
|Makes, as money|
|Possible Dictionary Clues|
|Third-person singular simple present indicative form of earn.|
|Obtain (money) in return for labour or services.|
|Gain deservedly in return for one's behaviour or achievements.|
|obtain (money) in return for labour or services.|
|gain deservedly in return for one's behaviour or achievements.|
|Earns might refer to|
Earnshaw's theorem states that a collection of point charges cannot be maintained in a stable stationary equilibrium configuration solely by the electrostatic interaction of the charges. This was first proven by British mathematician Samuel Earnshaw in 1842.|
* It is usually referenced to magnetic fields, but was first applied to electrostatic fields.
* Earnshaw's theorem applies to classical inverse-square law forces (electric and gravitational) and also to the magnetic forces of permanent magnets, if the magnets are hard (the magnets do not vary in strength with external fields). Earnshaw's theorem forbids magnetic levitation in many common situations.
* If the materials are not hard, Braunbeck's extension shows that materials with relative magnetic permeability greater than one (paramagnetism) are further destabilising, but materials with a permeability less than one (diamagnetic materials) permit stable configurations.