By Leslie Charteris
Publish 12 months note: First released in 1931
D IS FOR DOPE -- AND DEATH!
-- A world-famous cabaret king directs a global dope racket after show-time....
-- a beautiful, stage-struck society lady desires to "live more" -- any time, any place....
-- A fats German be aware of within the exchange as "a client and seller," a broker in human misery.....
-- And a small, unpretentious suitcase loaded with tins of "white tobacco" worthy thousands!
The reckless, matchless Robin Hood of contemporary crime in an action-charged event that spans the capitals of Europe and includes the Saint with the key police of 4 international locations in a violent online game of substances, DYNAMITE, and surprising demise!
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The existence of two magnetic poles is valid for all magnets in nature: molecules, atoms and elementary particles are either dipoles or unmagnetic. There are no magnetic monopoles. Despite the promise of eternal fame, no magnetic monopole has ever been found, as summarized in Table 7. Magnets have a second important property, shown in Figure 15: magnets transform unmagnetic materials into magnetic ones. There is thus a magnetic polarization, similar to the electric polarization. The amount of polarization depends on the material; some values are given in Table 9.
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The particle itself was discovered and presented in 1897 by the Prussian physicist Johann Emil Wiechert (1861–1928) and, independently, three months later, by the British physicist Joseph John Thomson (1856–1940). Copyright © Christoph Schiller November 1997–June 2011 The particles with this property are called electrons. Other types of charges, with different charge-to-mass ratio, also exist in nature. Examples are the ions found in batteries and leaves, the muons found in cosmic rays, and the mesons produced in particle accelerators.
Featuring the Saint (Simon Templar 'The Saint', Book 5) by Leslie Charteris