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gauge law
 n.— «Zee elaborated that the gauge laws, as they are called, explain how the world is put together through four fundamental force fields: gravitational, electromagnetic, weak and strong.» —“Physicist hypothesizes creator left messages” by Eva Sylwester in University of Oregon Oregon Daily Emerald (Eugene) Jan. 18, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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