The other source of vector is the reaction between the zirconium and water.
The vector that they were pointing at was true, but it doesn't mean that Israel is 'partly free.'
Or, as Sims finely puts it, the zombie will be found “moving blindly along a vector of memory.”
The adenovirus he received was simply a vector, bringing a missing gene to his cell.
To early adopters, Homestar Runner was that light, in vector graphics with actionscript.
The momentum of a particle is the vector obtained by multiplying the velocity by the mass m.
I am assigned to duty with the 334th vector, which is operating in Sector Nine.
Maxwell also introduced in this connexion the notion of the vector potential.
Another species is supposed to be the vector of Peruvian verruga.
In other words, a force is mathematically of the nature of a “vector” (see vector Analysis, Quaternions).
vector vec·tor (věk'tər)
An organism, such as a mosquito or tick, that carries disease-causing microorganisms from one host to another.
A bacteriophage, a plasmid, or another agent that transfers genetic material from one location to another.
A quantity, such as velocity, completely specified by a magnitude and a direction.
In physics and mathematics, any quantity with both a magnitude and a direction. For example, velocity is a vector because it describes both how fast something is moving and in what direction it is moving. Because velocity is a vector, other quantities in which velocity is a factor, such as acceleration and momentum, are vectors also.