To move away from the force
repelling forces occur with charged objects when the polarities of the objects are charged the same, which means that a positively charged object would repel another positively charged object and a negatively charged object would repel a negatively charged object.
a force that is moving
it means balanced forces
1. Repelling, tending not to combine with, or incapable of dissolving in water. 2. Of or exhibiting hydrophobia.
The repelling forces you are referring to are from electrical charges and are much weaker than the nuclear forces that hold the particles (protons and neutrons) together in the nucleus.
Gravity, which is the fundamental force in the macroscopic physical world in which we live, is universally attractive. There is no equal repelling force such as anti gravity. Repelling forces such as those that occur with the weak, strong and electro-magnetic forces only take place at the microscopic level.
The Allied Forces began defeating the Japanese and repelling them back toward Japan after the battles of Midway and Coral Sea.
It is unclear what you mean by "perisain army." If you are referring to the Persian army, then the Greeks, particularly the city-states of Athens and Sparta, joined forces to defeat the Persians in the Greco-Persian Wars. The exact composition of the allied forces varied depending on the specific battles, but the Greeks were successful in repelling the Persian invasions.
Repelling the Enemy - 1900 was released on: USA: March 1900
Acidic dyes contain anionic chromospores. Anionic chromospores such as eosinate- will not stain because of electrostatic repelling forces that are involved.
Hover or otherwise float. Basically repelling from gravity. Examples: Levitate, Levicorpus (Harry Potter)
Because in order for them to be magnetized - they must be polar opposites
There is no repelling in the Air Force Basic Training...at least not in 1985 when I joined.
The Franks, from whom France derives its name. It was not a very challenging conquest, as the Franks simply moved into Gaul, and the Romans had not adequate forces to attempt repelling them.