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Examples from the Web for newtonian
However, there is a Newtonian opposite to the base, and it's called swing voters--wing voters vs. swing voters, if you will.
This is not to suggest that Romney should aspire to megalomania of Newtonian proportions.
In the Newtonian world, people only care about what he says; the rules are to be followed by the rest of us.In Newt Gingrich’s World Rules Do not Apply to Him, Ex-Wife’s Lawyer Says|Victoria Toensing|January 23, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Remember the Newtonian rule of power politics: for every interest that wants X, there is an opposing interest that wants Not X.
The paper was declined with thanks by that bigoted body 'as opposed to Newtonian astronomy.'Myths and Marvels of Astronomy|Richard A. Proctor
The attraction of love, I find, is in an inverse proportion to the attraction of the Newtonian philosophy.The Letters of Robert Burns|Robert Burns
But, there is also a great probability that some modification must be made in the wording of the Newtonian law.Outlines of a Mechanical Theory of Storms|T. Bassnett
Somehow, somewhere, in the maze of the Newtonian science there had to be an answer.Deepfreeze|Robert Donald Locke
It returned on the 13th of March, 1759, and established beyond all doubt the rule of the Newtonian theory over comets.Pioneers of Science|Oliver Lodge