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Masan "greatness, importance," from mas-; maz- "long, large; great"; cp. Skt. Pers. mah "great, large"), Gk. megas "great, large" L. magnus "great," PIE *meg- "great". : ampère The basic → SI unit of → electric current, formally defined as the intensity of a constant current, which upon flowing along two parallel conductors of infinite length and with a negligibly small circular cross section, placed at a distance of one meter from each other in a vacuum, would produce between these conductors a force equal to 2 x 10-7 newton per meter of length.

This star is also known as Almaak, Alamak, Almak, or Almaach, from Ar. D. 140, that summarized the astronomy, geography, and mathematics of antiquity, and included a star catalogue with data for 1,022 stars. Almagest, from Ar. Al-majisti, from al "the" + Gk. : almanach A book of tables, usually covering a period of one calendar year, that lists the future positions of the Moon, planets, and other prominent celestial objects, together with other useful astronomical data. E. L. almanach, perhaps from late Gk.

P. of v. Fr. alouer "approve," from L. p. Pers. : Almach The third brightest star in Andromeda and one of the most beautiful double stars in the sky. The brighter star of the pair appears golden yellow or slightly orange; it is a bright (of second magnitude) giant K star. The fainter companion, which appears greenish-blue, is also double. This star is also known as Almaak, Alamak, Almak, or Almaach, from Ar. D. 140, that summarized the astronomy, geography, and mathematics of antiquity, and included a star catalogue with data for 1,022 stars.

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