noun, plural mag·ne·tos.Electricity.
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Magneto represents an extreme point of those views so you can sort of isolate them.The CIA Spook Turned Comic Book Scribe: Robin Grabs a Gun in ‘Grayson’|Rich Goldstein|June 24, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Readers unfamiliar with the twins may recognize their father, perennial X-Men villain, Magneto.
I was a huge fan of the X-Men comics growing up, and Magneto is great.‘Kick-Ass 2’ Star Christopher Mintz-Plasse’s Favorite Movie Villains|Christopher Mintz-Plasse|August 15, 2013|DAILY BEAST
But Michael Fassbender reveals that he did the same thing, when he played Magneto in X-Men: First Class.George Clooney’s Worst Job? 10 Best Newsweek Oscar Roundtable Bits|Ramin Setoodeh, David Ansen|January 23, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Bud swore a little and got out more tools and went after the magneto with grim determination.Cabin Fever|B. M. Bower
Professor Graham Bell had introduced his magneto-electric telephone, but its effect was feeble.Heroes of the Telegraph|J. Munro
The armature of a practical magneto, therefore, differs materially from that shown in the diagram.
Magneto field magnets are always made of tungsten steel alloy, so treated that it will retain its magnetism for lengthy periods.
If there should be a tight spot between these two gears it will react disadvantageously on the magneto.