In 2000, Hirdt reasoned, Al Gore won the popular vote but lost in the Electoral College, reversing the polarity of the rule.
The polarity of opinion only gets more pronounced when the focus shifts to the meaning of the ending.
As a great scientist puts it, "Establish your polarity, young man, and sleep soundly at night."
But if this be the case, how are we to conceive the physical mechanism of this polarity?
Iron fences invariably exhibit only the polarity by vertical induction; so also small buckets, bells, etc.
His polarity had changed: his electricity was no longer negative, but positive.
The magnetism which arranges tribes and races in one polarity is alone to be respected; the men are steel-filings.
Its polarity depends on the direction in which the current flows.
It is therefore necessary to have a polarity indicating voltmeter in the circuit and to watch it when starting the machine.
Is there one of us able to formularize the polarity of light?
polarity po·lar·i·ty (pō-lār'ĭ-tē, pə-)
The property of having two opposite poles, such as those possessed by a magnet, or of having opposite properties or characteristics.
The direction or orientation of positivity relative to negativity.