SERF

==Advantages and disadvantages== SERF magnetometers compete with SQUID magnetometers for use in a variety of applications. The SERF magnetometer has the following advantages: Potential disadvantages: ==Applications== Applications utilizing high sensitivity of SERF magnetometers potentially include: ==History== The SERF magnetometer was developed b...
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Serf

• (v. t.) A servant or slave employed in husbandry, and in some countries attached to the soil and transferred with it, as formerly in Russia.
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serf

helot noun (Middle Ages) a person who is bound to the land and owned by the feudal lord
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Serf

Serf noun [ French, from Latin serus servant, slave; akin to servare to protect, preserve, observe, and perhaps originally, a client, a man under one's protection. Confer Serve , transitive verb ] A servant or slave employed in husbandry, and in some countrie...
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Serf

A medieval peasant tied to a specific plot of land in the feudal system of government. He was allowe
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Serf

A serf was a cultivator of the soil who was attached to the estate on which he lived, was transferred with it, and could not quit it. Serfdom (a form of slavery) was one of the chief characteristics of the social and economic organisation of the Middle Ages. Serfdom continued in France until the revolution and in Germany until the 19th century. In ...
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Serf

An unfree peasant, legally and socially tied to his lord's land.
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Serf

Obs. A serf was defined by three things: he/she was bound to the land; they could not travel freely; they had no legal rights in the courts, and; they could not testify in courts of law. During the feudal times certain persons who were bound to perform very onerous duties towards others, were so called. There is this essential difference between .....
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serf

serf, under feudalism, peasant laborer who can be generally characterized as hereditarily attached to the manor in a state of semibondage, performing the servile duties of the lord (see also manorial system). Although serfs were usually bound to the land, many exceptions are found in the medieval ec...
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serf

[n] - (medieval Europe) a person who is bound to the land and owned by the feudal lord
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